|Australia||/5||$200||Read the review|
|Australia||/5||$100||Read the review|
|Belize||/5||$100||Read the review|
POLi is an alternative online payment system that was developed and operated by POLi Payments Ltd, a company based in Melbourne, currently owned by SecurePay Hodings, which in turn is a subsidiary of Australia Post. POLi allows its users to make payments from their back accounts directly to any merchant or online broker, and other services.
One thing that POLi gets very right is their $0 fee policy for customers who use it to purchase with it. Furthermore, there is no need to register with POLi to use its services, which means that clients can expect expedite monetary transactions. Users need only have a bank account with one of the banks that POLi currently operates with.
These banks are: ANZ, Bank of Melbourne, BOQ, BankSA, Bankwest, Bendigo Bank, Citibank, Commonwealth Bank, CUA, IMB Building Society, ME Bank, NAB, Newcastle Permanent, People’s Choice Credit Union, St. George Bank, Suncorp, Westpac, ANZ, ASB, Bank of New Zealand, Kiwibank, TSB Bank, Westpac.
And here is where the biggest disadvantage of POLi rests. It is available only to residents of Australia and New Zealand.