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Old 10-08-2013, 11:48 PM   #61
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I've personally asked one of the NTUC insurance ppl and NTUC does not accept payment by credit cards. Only your first premium is payable by credit card, subsequent monthly premiums are not.
When your premium is due, go to AXS and make payment. If it is successful, good for you. After all......you have nothing much to lose except the time taken to key in the details and swipe your credit card. There are many DBS points to gain. If you believe them and pay in the usual way, by GIRO, cheque, ibanking or whatever......you will get nothing/zilch.
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Old 11-08-2013, 05:09 AM   #62
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I've personally asked one of the NTUC insurance ppl and NTUC does not accept payment by credit cards. Only your first premium is payable by credit card, subsequent monthly premiums are not.
Well, that's true but AXS + DBS CC is special. NTUC will not allow CC payment for 2nd year onwards but they accept AXS payment. And DBS allow you to use their CC to pay at AXS, its a DBS feature. When you pay at AXS, it will reflect as an AXS transaction not CC transaction to NTUC.

Even bill payment at DBS iBanking also reflect as AXS transactions.
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Old 05-09-2013, 11:36 PM   #63
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guys, i tried using axs for insurance payment earlier on with both citibank / dbs cc.

limit is 3k? i need to pay more than that. anyway to increase?

I called citibank and CSO say 3k is the standard and only way to increase is to call axs????
Have not tried calling dbs yet.

any1 knows?
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Old 06-09-2013, 12:11 AM   #64
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guys, i tried using axs for insurance payment earlier on with both citibank / dbs cc.

limit is 3k? i need to pay more than that. anyway to increase?

I called citibank and CSO say 3k is the standard and only way to increase is to call axs????
Have not tried calling dbs yet.

any1 knows?
Pay 3K with dbs cc and 3K with citibank cc? Or pay 3K on one day, 3K on another day, etc until you have paid off the amount owing for the insurance. Maybe you can even pay 3K in one transaction, then 3K in another transaction on the same day and see if the system will let you.
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Old 06-09-2013, 01:24 AM   #65
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limit is 3k? i need to pay more than that. anyway to increase?
Are you asking about the limit imposed by AXS or by the payment recipient? AXS's payment limit is $9999.99, not know about the latter.
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Old 06-09-2013, 02:25 AM   #66
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Are you asking about the limit imposed by AXS or by the payment recipient? AXS's payment limit is $9999.99, not know about the latter.
if AXS limit is 9999.99. then i have to increase the limit through the banks u mean?

citibank CSO say 3k payment via AXS is the max and its imposed by AXS across all banks. so CSO is wrong?
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Old 06-09-2013, 09:11 AM   #67
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if AXS limit is 9999.99. then i have to increase the limit through the banks u mean?

citibank CSO say 3k payment via AXS is the max and its imposed by AXS across all banks. so CSO is wrong?
From my experience, I paid my Ntuc annual premium of 5K via AXS using DBS CC. No problems. 3K limit via AXS is probably the NETS limit. Are you paying by NETS? if by NETS, you can try paying 3K first then the balance in a seperate txn immediately after. my nets limit is 5k and i have to pay 3K followed by 2K before i switched to using dbs CC for my insurance.
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Old 06-09-2013, 09:54 AM   #68
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Paying at AXS:

DBS - allows 3k per transaction, total of 5k per day
Citi- allows 2k per transaction (not sure of total/day mostly probably 5k too)
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if AXS limit is 9999.99. then i have to increase the limit through the banks u mean?

citibank CSO say 3k payment via AXS is the max and its imposed by AXS across all banks. so CSO is wrong?
paid 7K++ using dbs cc in 3 seperate transaction as max amount per transaction is only 3k.
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Old 06-09-2013, 10:53 PM   #70
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Paying at AXS:

DBS - allows 3k per transaction, total of 5k per day
I had no problem paying $5K tax with a single transaction:

NEW TRANSACTIONS

19 MAY EZLINK 20.35
22 MAY AXS 4,950.00

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Old 07-09-2013, 12:41 AM   #71
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my bad.
the assumption was the last time I paid my dbs/citibank bills using nets (xtrasaver account)
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:43 AM   #72
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paid 7K++ using dbs cc in 3 seperate transaction as max amount per transaction is only 3k.
What insurance coy u paying and do u start payment at AXS by choosing the DBS logo first?
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:53 AM   #73
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The max amount for each transaction is 9999 I think. There is no limit per day.
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Old 07-09-2013, 01:41 AM   #74
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What insurance coy u paying and do u start payment at AXS by choosing the DBS logo first?
I'm paying tokio marine. Yes chose cc payment. Same 3k limit imposed for both DBS and citibank.

Max amount per transaction via axs for tokio marine policy is 3k. This might be the case for tokio marine policies only as some of you mentioned that u have transacted more than 3k for taxes etc.

I called DBS cso before that and she say that there shouldn't be any limit too. The limit will be capped to my credit limit.

However when I tried, this isn't the case.
Guys, Anyway case closed and thanks for the help.
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Old 08-09-2013, 02:19 AM   #75
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Well, that's true but AXS + DBS CC is special. NTUC will not allow CC payment for 2nd year onwards but they accept AXS payment. And DBS allow you to use their CC to pay at AXS, its a DBS feature. When you pay at AXS, it will reflect as an AXS transaction not CC transaction to NTUC.

Even bill payment at DBS iBanking also reflect as AXS transactions.
Didn't know that. Thanks for highlighting this.
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