To the big four banks: I’m fed up and I pledge to shop around for a better deal #moveyourmoney
Multi-billion dollar profits. Interest rate hikes outside the Reserve Bank cycle. Thousands of jobs being axed or outsourced while executives rake in huge bonuses.
Australia’s banks are on the nose.
What’s worse, they don’t seem to care.
But here is a chance to hit back.
The CHOICE Move Your Money campaign is calling on Australian consumers to stand up and say ‘enough is enough’, sending the 'big four' bank CEOs a message in a language they understand.
CHOICE will send everyone who signs up tips on how to look for a better deal on home loans, credit cards, savings and transaction accounts, including through our Compare, Ditch and Switch comparison tool.
This is a chance to send a direct message to the big four banks that you are sick of the way they treat their customers - that enough is enough.
By signing, you’ll get practical tips on how to potentially save money. But you’ll also be joining thousands of fellow Australians in a protest against the behaviour of our big four banks.
Important info: By signing CHOICE’s Move Your Money petition, you accept Change.org’s terms of service. The Move Your Money petition is powered by Change.org, an online platform for social change and a separate party to CHOICE. We are using Change.org to spread the message about Move Your Money as quickly and widely as we can.
CHOICE will be emailing supporters using Change.org’s platform, and Change.org will email you to find out if you wish to hear about other campaigns they host. You will be given the option to unsubscribe from any further communications.
At the moment, your bank is taking its customers for granted, putting record profits ahead of consumers' best interests.
To help shift the balance of power towards consumers, I am going to look for a better deal beyond the major banks.
If I find one, I will Move My Money and encourage my friends and family to do the same, helping to create a more competitive, consumer-friendly banking sector in Australia.