From 23rd March 2017, we're making some changes to the Conditions of Use that apply to MasterCard BusinessCard/Purchasing Card.
- The Conditions of Use are being changed remove the Unauthorised transactions insurance policy and the Transit accident insurance policy to reflect that these insurances are no longer a feature of this card. Westpac New Zealand Limited is working with underwriters with a view to reintroducing unauthorised transaction insurance again in due course.
- The Conditions of Use are also being changed to reflect the changing nature of payment technology in that future payments can be made not only by card by also by way of “other payment instruments” (e.g. paytags, wearable and mobile devices).
The new Conditions of Use will come into effect on 23rd March 2017 and are available below.
MasterCard Business Card Conditions of Use
Fees and interest rates shown are current at 22 January 2018 and are subject to change without notice.
Some overseas banks may charge an extra fee for a cash advance. Overseas cash advances and foreign currency fees may apply. Other charges may apply to some of the transactions and services mentioned – see our Credit card fees page for more details.
Westpac’s current credit card lending criteria apply to all applications and transfers. The Mastercard BusinessCard/PurchasingCard Credit card Conditions of Use apply. Mastercard and the Mastercard brand mark are registered trademarks of Mastercard International Incorporated.