based on 934 Latitude banking product reviews as rated by Mozo community

Latitude credit cards

Latitude Financial Services (previously known as GE Money) caters to more than 2.5 million customers offering a range of products including credit cards, personal loans and travel insurance. It's also an award-winning provider as it snapped up two 2020 Mozo Expert Choice Awards. So, whether you’re looking for a rewards program, low fee or low rate credit card, Latitude Financial Services offers options for everyone.

What credit cards do Latitude Financial Services offer?

Here's a quick look at the kind of credit card you can opt for with Latitude Financial Services.

Rates and fees verified as correct at 20 October, 2021. Other information correct at the time of writing. Advertiser disclosure.

Low fee credit cards

Looking for a low fee credit card? Latitude Financial Services offers cards that come with $0 annual fee as well as up to 55 days interest-free on your everyday purchases.

Product Purchase rate Balance transfer rate Annual fees Interest free days on purchases

21.99% p.a.

No current offer

$0

55

20.69% p.a.

No current offer

$0

55

Prestige cards

Product Points per dollar Purchase rate Balance transfer rate Annual fees

21.99% p.a.

No current offer

$0

Credit cards

Product Purchase rate Balance transfer rate Annual fees Interest free days on purchases  

19.95% p.a.

No current offer

$107 $8.95 monthly fee waived if outstanding balance less than $10

55

Go to site

19.95% p.a.

No current offer

$107 $8.95 monthly fee waived if outstanding balance less than $10

55

24.50% p.a.

No current offer

$69

55

How are Latitude credit cards rated?

Mozo users have rated Latitude credit cards on price, features, convenience, trust and customer service so you can see what real Aussies have to say about their experiences.

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Recent Latitude credit card reviews

Latitude Credit Card
Overall 1/10
We Closed An Account Years Ago

We Closed An Account Years Ago and They Just Reopened It and Starting sending us spam. There have been a number of complaints regarding this company and I believe it to be an vulturous organisation preying on people. Financial Standard reports that latitude Financial Group has joined the big four banks and a number of insurers as the most complained about financial services companies in the country.

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We Closed An Account Years Ago and They Just Reopened It and Starting sending us spam. There have been a number of complaints regarding this company and I believe it to be an vulturous organisation preying on people. Financial Standard reports that latitude Financial Group has joined the big four banks and a number of insurers as the most complained about financial services companies in the country.

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Stephen, Victoria, reviewed 2 days ago
Latitude GO Mastercard
Overall 1/10
Disgrace

Horrible, terrible customer service. They cannot even do math. If I hadn’t taken notes about my payment allocation, at this stage it would look that I haven’t paid my furniture at all when I actually put $400 already. Spent more than 3 hours at the phone with no success at all. Embarrassing.

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Horrible, terrible customer service. They cannot even do math. If I hadn’t taken notes about my payment allocation, at this stage it would look that I haven’t paid my furniture at all when I actually put $400 already. Spent more than 3 hours at the phone with no success at all. Embarrassing.

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Simone, South Australia, reviewed about 1 month ago
Latitude Gem Visa
Overall 1/10
Latitude credit line visa

I got 60months interest free but the fees are ridiculous! 8.95$ account keeping fee plus 2.50$ for paper statement which I did not request as I use the app online. I do not recommend this company stay away. The fees are not worth the money they lend. They are thieves and every time your late they add like 18$ I will never recommend them to anybody who asks!

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I got 60months interest free but the fees are ridiculous! 8.95$ account keeping fee plus 2.50$ for paper statement which I did not request as I use the app online. I do not recommend this company stay away. The fees are not worth the money they lend. They are thieves and every time your late they add like 18$ I will never recommend them to anybody who asks!

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Sandra, New South Wales, reviewed about 1 month ago
Latitude GO Mastercard
Overall 1/10
horrible company in customer service

HORIBLE Company!!!!! you are the most horrible financial institute in Australia!!!! I've applied for a Go master card and my application got declined however my salary is high, I don't have liabilities and a good credit score!!! Once I tried to follow up, I've spoken to 3 people asking about the reason and none of them give me an answer, repeating each other words, it was like I'm dealing with a recorded voice, Horrible, Horrible company, never recommended to anyone.

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HORIBLE Company!!!!! you are the most horrible financial institute in Australia!!!! I've applied for a Go master card and my application got declined however my salary is high, I don't have liabilities and a good credit score!!! Once I tried to follow up, I've spoken to 3 people asking about the reason and none of them give me an answer, repeating each other words, it was like I'm dealing with a recorded voice, Horrible, Horrible company, never recommended to anyone.

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Hamidreza, New South Wales, reviewed about 2 months ago
Latitude GO Mastercard
Overall 1/10
Rip-off merchants

I endorse all the other complaints. If you got this car as part of a Harvey Norman or other retail finance deal, you need to beware. In my case, Harvey Norman are just as complicit - advertising 60 month interest free then foisting this credit card on me and not disclosing that there are $7 (rounded off) of monthly fees on my $57 per month repayment. That to me is an interest payment. And the $7 has just gone up to $10 pm! Rip- of!

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I endorse all the other complaints. If you got this car as part of a Harvey Norman or other retail finance deal, you need to beware. In my case, Harvey Norman are just as complicit - advertising 60 month interest free then foisting this credit card on me and not disclosing that there are $7 (rounded off) of monthly fees on my $57 per month repayment. That to me is an interest payment. And the $7 has just gone up to $10 pm! Rip- of!

Price
1/10
Customer service
1/10
Trust
1/10
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David, Victoria, reviewed 2 months ago

What do you need to apply for a Latitude credit card?

After you’ve had a good look at all the different credit cards in the market, if you decide that Latitude Financial Services offers the best credit cards based on your requirements, hit the ‘Go to site’ button on Mozo so you can go to the Latitude website directly.    

To be eligible for a Latitude Financial Services credit card, you’ll need to be at least 18 years of age and a permanent resident of Australia.

  • Here’s a quick checklist documents that you’ll need to provide while filling in the application:
  • A drivers licence, passport or proof of age card
  • Details of your income, assets and liabilities
  • Your employer's name and contact number

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