Rate To Win competition winners announced

The moment is upon us to announce the winners of our Rate To Win competition!

Over the past couple of months, thousands of you took the chance to voice your opinion on your banks and insurers. Whether your review was full of praise or tinged with criticism, we’d like to thank you all for taking the time to write such awesome and insightful reviews.

Thousands of Aussies visit the Mozo website each month, so your reviews make a big difference in helping other Mozonians make an informed decision.

So without further ado, it’s time to announce the lucky owners of a shiny new Macbook Air and iPad Mini! Drum roll please…

WINNER: Sylvia who reviewed her Queensland Credit Union debit card

“Queenslanders Credit Union offers amazing, friendly, personal service with all their products and ensures that the customer is getting the best outcome for their needs and with very competitive rates, you always know you are getting a good, safe exchange.

Being a credit union and not a major corporation, you become a member thus allowing you to have an opinion and vote at AGMs. Having a say in the future of your dollar.

The only con perhaps is that they only have two branches but given there are thousands of rediATMs around Australia, as well as NAB sister bank, your money is always easily accessed at no additional charge.

Queenslanders have been looking after me for nearly 15 years and I’ve never had to think twice about it.”

RUNNER UP WINNER: Lianne who reviewed her SGIO Car Insurance

“I have been with SGIO for three years now. After trying a few other companies over the years, SGIO had a much better policy for me. Since signing up with SGIO for both my car and home contents, I get multi policy discounts which is fabulous because let’s face it, any discount is greatly received!

I have tried different insurance companies purely to see if they could offer me a better policy or even a cheaper policy – none of them come close to what I’m paying with SGIO.

Even with a staff discount, the Coles/Kmart policies don’t compare. When I’ve spoken to someone on the phone they are always helpful and pleasant to talk to. I am a happy customer and I’ll definitely be sticking with SGIO!”

Missed out on a prize? Don’t fret. We’ve launched a new Rate To Win competition with a $1000 Visa Gift Card and FIVE $100 runner up prizes up for grabs. So what are you waiting for? Get reviewing!

Rate To Win competition winners announced was last modified: August 14, 2013 by Mozo

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  1. Too many competing for too little reward i.e.; not many prizes.
    Further the offer of drugs, alcohol, as a lower order prize is offensive. The damage caused to families by this drug is 10 times the damage caused by all other illegal drugs combined, that is a measure of how stupid this society is and is represented by your corporate thinking.
    One of 4 banks, CBA, reportedly makes $21m a day in profit, how much do they give to charities?
    Does your market research company or any of the banks pick up any part of the tab for reparations of the consequences of a broken family made so by alcohol?

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    1. Mozo

      Hi Bruce,

      Thanks for raising those concerns and providing us with valuable feedback. To increase your chances of winning, we now have 5x $100 Visa Cards as runner up prizes in our Rate Your Bank Competition.

      To stop people from abusing our WineMarket voucher offer, we moderate every single review to ensure that only quality submissions are accepted. Nevertheless, we will take note of your concerns and attempt to find alternate lower order prizes once our Rate Your Bank competition ends.

      Team Mozo

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  2. Banks tend to forget that it is YOUR money that they are looking / using and treat you like YOU owe them something. I was told that I would NOT shift my money because I questioned a small fee. To prove that I could do what I liked with MY money I moved it to the United Community bank all $20k of it that may not seem much but if everyone did it it would soon add up!

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  3. I can go one better than that. last mid Sept. my bank suddenly stopped processing my direct debits that pay my utilities, insurance, internet and other payments. I only found out when my ISP sent me an email advising that my Bank blocked my payment. I have plenty of amount in my account so that was not the problem. Having spent over 2 hours with their customer service people, they supposedly investigated the issue but couldn’t see why it could have happened. I still to this day have not been adivsed why.
    To top if off my annual Health Insurance wasn’t done in May this year either.

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