Meet the Xinja Bank transaction account
So what can Aussies expect from a Xinja Bank transaction account?
As a fully digital bank, customers will be able to sign up, access and manage their money all from the Xinja app, though the account does come with a Xinja Debit Mastercard for everyday purchases.
While it’s currently unclear whether the transaction account will have any fees, Xinja have previously indicated on their website that it will feature no ATM, card or account fees. The neobank has confirmed that it will give its users the ability to use digital wallets such as Apple Pay and Google Pay in the near future.
And the wait for Xinja Bank’s savings account isn’t likely to be long, with the bank indicating that its ‘Stash’ savings account will be launching soon, followed by ‘lending products’ in early 2020.
According to Wilson, Xinja users can also expect, “...some other fun, ‘unbanky’ surprises” in the coming months.
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