Cover for the things you buy
Never miss out on a sale again. If you buy something with your GO Mastercard and you see its dropped in price at the same retailer anytime in the first 6 months after you bought it, we’ll pay the difference in price back onto your card. So the more you claim the more you can save.
Cover the things you buy on your card if it’s lost, stolen or damaged within 6 months of purchase, we'll pay the repair or replacement costs to your account.
Cover for your account
Stolen Card Protection
Claim $200 to your account if your GO Mastercard card is stolen - just for the inconvenience.
Pays 10% of your monthly closing balance up to $1,000 per month for up to three years or until you return to work, if you can’t work due to sickness or injury.
Life and Critical Illness Cover
If you were to become critically ill, disabled or pass away we'll pay the balance in full – up to $20,000.
What’s the cost?
Enjoy the peace of mind of Price Protection and more for 0.8% of your monthly closing balance, up to a maximum of $50 a month. That’s it, you’ll never pay more than that. It’s automatically debited to your card account, so there aren’t any hidden or extra bills to pay and you’ll see the premium on your statement.
Examples of insurance premiums:
|You only pay||Your monthly closing balance||Your monthly premium|
of your monthly closing balance(each month) capped at a maximum premium of $50 per month
Find out all the ins and outs of Buyer's Protection Insurance
Need to make a claim?
Making a claim for Buyer's Protection Insurance is straight forward. Depending on the nature of the claim, you can complete a claim online, or download and send in a claim form.
Buyer’s Protection is issued by Hallmark General Insurance Company Ltd. ABN 82 008 477 647 AFSL 243478 and Hallmark Life Insurance Company Ltd. ABN 87 008 446 884 AFSL 243469. Any advice on this website does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider the appropriateness of the advice having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs, and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before deciding whether to purchase this product.