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Citi Bank Accounts

Citibank Australia is part of one of the world’s largest financial services organisations, Citigroup. Citigroup has a presence in over 100 countries and has been providing consumer finance to Australians since 1985. The groups culmination of global experience enables them to offer some of the world’s most innovative financial services including foreign currency deposits, credit cards, home loans, savings accounts, special lendings, term deposits, insurance and transaction accounts. Their customer services also extend to corporate, institutions and governments. Diners Club, Citi Smith Barney, Citi Investment Research and The Citi Private Bank are all esteemed brands operating under the Citi Australia umbrella.

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Once you’ve compared bank accounts and found the right one, the process of opening a bank account online is quite simple and can be done in around 10 minutes.

To set up a bank account online, you’ll need to prove your identity and provide an approved form of ID as well as your tax file number (TFN).

If you’re a new customer of the bank, you’ll need to verify your identity and potentially upload documents before you can complete your online application.

Once your ID has been verified and you’ve set up your bank account online, you should receive your bank cards in the mail along with your PIN and any other account details.

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