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Where can I find rediATMs?
rediATMs are bright, bold and soon they’ll be in more places than ever before. The network already has over 1,300 ATMs across Australia . Over the next few years the network will almost double in size - which is great news for you. You’ll find the rediATM network as convenient as the big four banks. Find your nearest rediATM
How can I access my accounts while interstate?
You can use any ATM however you will be charged a Direct Charge fee to use a non-credit union ATM. To avoid any unnecessary fees use a rediATM Australia wide. Alternatively you can access your accounts via the Account Information Line on 13 14 02 or Internet Banking.
You can also call the Member Contact Centre with any queries, on 13 25 85. For details on opening hours for the Member Contact Centre, visit Contact Us.
If you use Internet Banking at an Internet Café, be sure to ask about virus protection on the computer you are going to use. You MUST LOGOUT after accessing your accounts to reduce the risk of another party seeing your account details.
Which ATMs and rediATMs can I use across Australia?You can use any ATM however you will be charged a Direct Charge fee to use a non-credit union ATM to avoid any unnecessary fees use a rediATM with your Redicard or Visa card.
Which ATMs can I use while overseas?
Members travelling or living overseas can use their Visa Debit card, or their Redicard if it has PLUS functionality to withdraw cash at any ATM overseas that displays the Visa PLUS symbol. If an ATM is not available or in working order, members can also request a cash advance in any bank branch displaying Visa Card signage.Members should note that all cash withdrawals overseas will incur a Cash Advance Fee, regardless of whether the withdrawal is at an ATM or a branch. This fee will be debited as a total amount at the end of the calendar month.
What is Bank@Post?Bank@Post is a banking facility provided by Australia Post, available at most post offices around Australia. Members can deposit funds to two savings accounts and one loan account if required.
Members can also withdraw cash (up to $1000 per day) or pay bills via Bank@Post outlets, using the facility to access the funds in their account.
Is there a fee for using Bank@Post?There is no fee to use Bank@Post facilities. However members should keep in mind that withdrawal transactions made using Bank@Post facilities that are cash or contain cash as part of the withdrawal are considered as ‘over the counter’ transactions in our fee structure.
How soon will transactions reach my account?Withdrawals and deposits (either cash or cheques) will be transmitted to your account immediately. However, members should note that cheques deposited at Bank@Post facilities will take eight days to clear before the funds are available for them to access.
How can I access BPAY®?BPAY® can be accessed via either Internet Banking or the Account Information Line.
What information do I need to make a payment via BPAY®?To make your payment you will need to have your bill, showing the biller code and your customer reference number (this may change from bill to bill for some companies).
What times are BPAY® payments processed?BPAY® payments are processed twice a day at approximately 12.30pm (CST) and 4.30pm (CST).
BPAY® payments made before 12.30pm or 4.30pm (CST) will be dated and sent to the Biller the same day. BPAY® payments made after 4.30pm (CST) will be dated and actioned the following business day.
Will I get a receipt for my payment?Yes. You will get a receipt you can print from Internet Banking if you wish, or you can note the receipt number on your bill. If you use the Account Information Line to use the BPAY® facility, the system will give you a receipt number to note on your bill.
If you lose your receipt number or don’t print your receipt at the time of making a payment via Internet Banking, the receipt number will be included in the transaction description on your statement.
Can I set up a future-dated BPAY® payment?Yes you can, up to 60 days in advance of the payment’s due date. However do keep in mind that the payment will not leave your account until after close of business on the date you enter for the payment to be made, and may take 2 business days to arrive in the biller’s account.
Can I set up BPAY® payments to go to a biller on a regular basis?Yes you can, but only via Internet Banking, not the Account Information Line. When you enter your BPAY® payment you have the option to enter a set number of payments to the biller, or you can opt for the payments to be ongoing until you choose to cancel them.
After selecting the number of payments to be made, you must then select the frequency of payments, from daily through to yearly intervals.
How can I alter or cancel a payment I have just entered?If you have access to Internet Banking you can cancel a payment yourself online. After logging onto Internet Banking go to the Periodic Payments page and select the payment you wish to cancel. Then scroll to the bottom of the Periodic Payments page and click on either the View/Modify or Delete button.
If you choose to alter a payment, after clicking the View/Modify button you will be shown a page where you can alter the details of your payment. You can alter the due date of your payment, the amount, the frequency and number of payments, and the destination account for transfers to other credit union or bank accounts, or the customer reference number for BPAY® payments.
You cannot alter or cancel a BPAY® payment or regular transfer via the Account Information Line.
The biller says my payment hasn’t arrived, what can I do?If this should happen, please ring the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 and one of our consultants will organise an investigation on your behalf. Please keep in mind that it may take 7 -10 business days to complete the investigation.
I sent too much money for my payment, how can I get the extra funds back from the biller?If you make a mistake in your payment amount and send too much, you will need to contact the biller to organise a refund of the extra funds.
I sent my payment to the wrong biller, how can I get the money back from the biller?If this should happen, please ring the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85, and one of our consultants will organise an investigation on your behalf. Please keep in mind that it may take 7 -10 business days to complete the investigation.
Can I use BPAY® while overseas?You can use BPAY® while you are overseas, either via Internet Banking or the Account Information Line. However, you can only pay bills to Australian companies.
What is the BSB number?
Our BSB number is 805-022 and the branch is Adelaide, Canberra, Newcastle or Perth, depending upon your nearest capital city.
What type of cards do you offer?We offer members a choice of a rediCARD or a Visa Debit payWave card to access their accounts. For details on these access options, please visit the Accessing my Money page.
Can I choose my PIN (Personal Identification Number)?When a new card is sent to you a new PIN will be sent automatically, except where the new card replaces an expired card. If you wish to use a different number for your PIN you must visit a Branch or ATM to change your PIN. You cannot change your PIN over the phone, online or at another financial institution.
What if I forget my PIN?If you forget your PIN you will need to visit a Branch to enter a new PIN on your card. We do not keep a record of members’ PINs and therefore cannot retrieve it for you if you forget your PIN.
What do I do if I lose my card?If you lose your card, or it is stolen you must arrange to have the card cancelled as quickly as possible. You can ring the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 during normal business hours, or the Visa Card Hotline on 1800 648 027 after hours or on weekends and public holidays to report your lost or stolen card.
A replacement card and PIN can be organised by us, and will usually take 6 – 7 days to reach you and you will incur a Replacement Card Fee.
My new card won’t work, what’s wrong with it?When you receive your new card it will not be active. To activate the card either visit your nearest Branch or ring the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85. Alternatively, if you have access to Internet Banking you can activate your card by clicking on 'Card Activation' in Internet Banking.
What do I do if I find an unauthorised transaction on my account? (Chargebacks)Chargeback is a right that we exercise on your behalf. It is a right to charge back responsibility for a credit (or debit) card transaction from the cardholder's Financial Institution to the merchant's Financial Institution.
If you notice any duplicated or unauthorised transactions or wish to dispute an amount charged on your rediCARD or Visa Debit payWave card Statement please contact us immediately on 13 25 85. If you wish to dispute a card transaction, once notified we will promptly attempt to claim a chargeback on your behalf. However to enable us to do this you must report the disputed transaction to us within the required time frame. Chargeback limits apply from the time the transaction occurs up to 120 days.
For more information on chargebacks, please refer to our Product Guide.
Can I have a credit limit attached to my card?Members can have a credit limit attached to their Visa Debit Card or Redicard, but they must make a formal application for the credit limit at one of our Branches, by calling our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85. You may also apply online.
Can I add subsidiary (additional) card holders to my account?
You may request that we issue a Subsidiary Card (rediCARD or Visa Debit payWave card) to another person (your Nominee). Doing so will enable your Nominee to use the Subsidiary Card, which is linked to your account, to conduct transactions.
You will be liable for all transactions conducted by your Nominee whilst using the Subsidiary Card in the same manner as if you used your own Card.
You may cancel the Subsidiary Card by contacting our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 or visiting a Branch. You do not need to obtain authorisation from your Nominee to cancel the Subsidiary Card.
Who is VIGIL?Vigil is our third party supplier who monitors our member transactions on our behalf for fraudulent transactions.
Vigil Fraud Department is responsible for monitoring for suspicious activity and contacting members to confirm the authenticity of suspicious transactions on their account in real time–on a 24 hours per day 7 days per week basis.
Vigil Fraud Department will endeavour to contact our members to validate the transaction. In the absence of such contact, the Vigil Fraud Department will make a decision as to whether a transaction should be blocked or the card should be cancelled based on all available information.
If the Vigil Fraud Department cannot contact a member they will attempt to leave a message asking them to call the "Fraud Department" on 1300 705 750 (the card will remain blocked or the transaction blocked). If a message cannot be left, due to an incorrect phone number or otherwise, the card will remain blocked or the transaction blocked until the suspicious transaction’s authenticity can be confirmed.
What is Visa payWave?
Visa payWave is a contactless method of payment. Featuring a distinctive contactless symbol your Visa payWave card has a tiny antenna embedded into the chip which securely transmits purchase information.
What are the benefits of using my Visa payWave card?
Your Visa Debit payWave card is an easier, more convenient way to pay for everyday purchases.
It saves you time due to shorter transaction times and shorter queue times. You don’t need to sign or enter a PIN for purchases under $100 and it’s more convenient as you no longer have to carry around cash.
How do I use my Visa payWave card?
Look out for the participating retailer displaying the contactless symbol and Visa logo at the point of sale. Let the retailer know you’d like to pay using your Visa Debit payWave card when the transaction amount is shown on the terminal, wave your Visa Debit payWave card in front of the contactless terminal.
How close does the Visa payWave card need to be near the reader?
You should hold your Visa payWave card within 4cm of the contactless terminal.
How do I know when a payment has been made?A message will be displayed on the terminal along the lines of "transaction approved" and/or your transaction is confirmed by illumination of four green indicator lights.
Is this technology as secure as traditional Visa cards?
Visa Debit payWave cards are just as secure as any other Visa chip card and carry the same multiple layers of security protection, including Visa’s Zero Liability1, which ensures you are not responsible for fraudulent or unauthorised transactions. Becauseyour Visa Debit payWave card doesn’t leave your hand during the transaction you remain in control of your card at all times, which reduces the risk of fraud.
Is there a chance that payments may be taken twice from my account?
Visa Debit payWave terminals are designed to only make one transaction at a time per card. Each transaction must be complete or void before another one can take place.
Is there a limit on the value of goods I can purchase with my Visa payWave card?You can wave and go with your Visa Debit payWave card without entering your PIN or signing for any amount up to $100.
What happens if I try to purchase goods over $100?
For purchases exceeding $100 you can still use your Visa Debit payWave card by entering your PIN or by signing to authorise the transaction.
Will I receive a receipt for the transactions I make?
The retailer will ask if you require a receipt. If you do not require a receipt, please advise the retailer and a receipt will not be given.
How do I know if a retailer accepts my Visa payWave card?
Any participating retailer who displays the contactless symbol in Australia or around the world can accept contactless payments. The number of participating retailers is always growing. You can still use your Visa Debit payWave card for non-contactless transactions wherever you see the Visa sign, including over the counter, online, overseas or over the phone.
Do I need to select credit, savings or cheque buttons when I make a transaction?
No. With your Visa Debit payWave card the transaction is automatically routed through the credit function. So there’s no need to press any buttons. The transaction will automatically be routed to the transaction account or line of credit linked to your card.
Can I use my Visa Debit payWave at ATM’s?
Yes if you have ATM access linked to your card the Visa Debit payWave feature on your card will not affect how you normally use your card at ATM’s.
1 Visa’s Zero Liability policy covers Australian and New Zealand-issued cards and does not apply to ATM transactions, transactions not processed by Visa or certain commercial card transactions. Cardholders should notify their issuer promptly of any unauthorised Visa use. This information doesn’t consider Cardholder’s circumstances. Before making a decision, read the terms and conditions available from your Card issuer to ensure that the product is right for you and for further details. Transaction fees and charges may apply. Visa payWave® is a registered trademark of Visa Worldwide Pty Limited.
Can I withdraw cash on my Visa Debit payWave card?
You can withdraw money from an ATM or eftpos cash out via selecting the ‘Savings’ option on your card. You will not be able to withdraw cash via contactless, or ‘Credit’ alternatives.
Can I have a credit limit attached to my card?
Members can have a credit limit attached to their Visa Debit payWave Card or rediCARD, but they must make a formal application for the credit limit at one of our Branches, by calling our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85. You may also apply online.
What information do I give a company to enable them to direct debit my account?To have funds taken from your account by direct debit you must give the company our BSB number 805-022, your membership number and your name.
The first time a direct debit is taken from your membership it will be taken from your first access savings account. After the first payment has been taken, you can then contact us to arrange for future debits to be taken from a different account if you wish.
How can I change the direct debit?To alter a direct debit payment you must notify us, either by visiting a branch, contacting our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 or placing a request in writing. Please note that we can only change the debiting account number. Any other change, such as frequency, amount or debiting date, must be made by contacting the debiting company direct.
Note that if you have quoted your account number to the debiting company instead of your membership number we will not be able to change the debiting account number.
How can I cancel the direct debit?You can cancel a direct debit payment at any time by notifying us, either by visiting a branch, contacting our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 or placing a request in writing. However, to prevent the debiting institution from attempting to continue to debit your account you should also notify them of your request to cancel the direct debit.
Cancellations to direct debits must be advised to us (or directly to the debiting institution) before the next due date of the Direct Debit. Cancellations to Direct Debits received on the same day a Direct Debit is scheduled will not take effect until the next business day.
How do I avoid unauthorised direct debits?If you have previously authorised a direct debit on your account and then wish to cancel it, you must provide the merchant with written confirmation of your intent to cancel a direct debit a minimum of 15 days prior to the next scheduled direct debit in order for it to be required to take effect.
To avoid any unauthorised direct debits always check your Statements as soon as possible after receiving them. If you see any transactions you do not agree with, contact us immediately on 13 25 85. You can also try contacting the merchant, preferably in writing, and reminding them of the direct debit cancellation.
For more information, please refer to our Product Guide.
How do I set up a Periodic Payment?You can set up a periodic payment to send funds to another account within our Credit Union or to an account at another financial institution by calling into your nearest Branch, ringing the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 or by using the Transfer Funds page of Internet Banking.
For the payment you will need to supply the following information
How long will the funds take to reach the destination account?Periodic payments to an account at another financial institution will usually arrive in the destination account in two business days.
Periodic payments to another account within our Credit Union will take place after our close of business on the due date of the payment, and will be credited to the other account within our Credit Union that evening.
How do I change or cancel the periodic payment?When you need to change or cancel a periodic payment you can do so by visiting a Branch, calling the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85, placing a request in writing or using the Periodic Payments page of Internet Banking.
Can I use my card overseas?Members travelling overseas can use their Visa Debit Card or their Redicard, if it has PLUS functionality attached, to access their accounts outside of Australia.
Which ATMs can I use?Any ATM overseas showing the Visa symbol can be used for cash withdrawals. Members can withdraw up to the local currency equivalent of their daily limit in Australia, AUD$1000 per day.
Are there any fees for using my Visa Debit Card or Redicard overseas?While there is no fee incurred when using your Visa Debit Card to purchase goods and services while overseas, all cash withdrawals will attract a Visa Cash Advance Fee. All transactions made overseas using a Visa Debit card or rediCard are subject to a currency conversion fee. In addition to this a Cash Advance fee also applies for overseas ATM withdrawals.
What if I lose my card while overseas?
If your Visa Debit Card is lost or stolen while overseas you should contact Visa International, whose number will be in the local phone book. Visa International will cancel your card, and can organise a replacement card and/or emergency cash if you require it, however please note that there would be a substantial fee for this service from Visa International.
If your Redicard is lost, please phone the International Redicard Hotline on +61 2 9959 7480. Your card will be cancelled and a replacement card and/or emergency cash if you require it. However, please note that there would be a substantial fee for this service from Visa International.
Alternatively, if you contact the Member Contact Centre on +61 8 8205 8888 we can arrange a new card and have it posted with a new PIN to a temporary address in the country you are visiting.
Can I access Internet Banking overseas?
Members travelling overseas can access their Internet Banking from our website as normal. However, you should avoid using sites such as internet cafes’, or any other site that may not contain appropriate, or up to date, anti virus software.
If you have registered for Secure SMS, you need to ensure that your Australian mobile phone has access to global roaming and the country you are visiting offers a compatible network. This will be vital if you wish to access the full range of transactions and activities provided by Internet Banking. Alternate security arrangements can be made if your mobile phone is not suitable, simply by completing an Application for a Security Token.
Where can I find exchange rates?Exchange rates are available by visiting your nearest Branch or ringing the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85.
How often are exchange rates updated?Exchange rates are updated daily Monday to Friday.
What are the fees for foreign currency transactions?For details of fees for foreign currency transactions, please refer to our Fees and Charges.
Foreign CurrencyOur members can purchase or exchange foreign currency notes at a Branch, however you will need to order the currency the day before they are required, for collection at a Branch. We will also repurchase unused notes after members return to Australia.
Travellers ChequesTravellers cheques can be purchased from a Branch, or by phoning the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85. However, you will need to order the cheques at least one day before they are required for collection.
We are able to provide traveller’s cheques in USD, GBP, EUD, JPY and CAD, but not in AUD.
We will also repurchase any unused cheques originally purchased from us at no charge, when a member returns from their trip.
Can I use Internet Banking to send money to an overseas bank account?No. Internet Banking can only be used to transfers funds to accounts at Australian banks and credit unions.
How can I send money to an overseas bank account?You can send funds overseas by telegraphic transfer. We will need the following details for the transfer
If the transfer is being sent to the United Kingdom or European Union, or you would like to transfer the funds in Great British Pounds or Euros, you will also need to include the IBAN number. The IBAN number is the BSB number followed by the Membership/Account Number. Please put the IBAN number in the Beneficiary Account Number field.
To arrange the transfer either call into your nearest Branch, or ring the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 with your membership number and Telephone Banking Passcode for identification and the above transfer details.
How long will the funds take to arrive?The funds will usually arrive in the destination account in 4-5 business days.
How do I have money transferred from overseas in to my account?
To transfer funds from an overseas bank to your account you will need to do a SWIFT transfer. The details you will need for the transfer are as follows.
Please note that these transfers will usually take 2 - 3 business days to arrive in your account, but will be available to you immediately upon arrival in your account.
Transfers that come to us via a third party may incur a fee. Please refer to our Fees and Charges booklet for more information.
Can I purchase a draft in a foreign currency from your Credit Union?Yes. You will need to order the draft from the Personal Financial Centre you wish to collect it from a day in advance. You can also order the draft by ringing the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85, who will arrange to have it available for collection at the Branch of your choice.
How do I get a password for Internet Banking?
You can obtain an Internet Banking password by visiting your nearest Branch or calling our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85.
If you call our Member Contact Centre, you will be asked to quote your membership number and Telephone Banking Passcode to verify your identity before an Internet Banking password is issued to you.
Your first Internet Banking password will be a default password. When you access Internet Banking for the first time via our website you will be asked to change this password.When selecting a password we recommend that you choose a password that would be difficult for anyone else to guess.
What do I do if I forget my Internet Banking password?
If you forget your Internet Banking password, you can have it reset by calling into your nearest Branch or calling our Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 (or + 61 8 8205 8888 from overseas). Please have your membership number and Telephone Banking Passcode ready to quote for identification when you call us.
What can I do via Internet Banking?
If you want to do your banking on the go, then Internet Banking is for you. Log in at any time of day, no matter where you are in the world, and access your accounts online.
With Internet Banking, you can
...And much more!
Can I access Internet Banking while interstate or overseas?Our Internet Banking can be accessed from anywhere in the world. However, whilst you are overseas, you can only transfer funds to other accounts within our Credit Union or accounts at Australian financial institutions, or make BPAY® payments to payees within Australia.
How long will a transfer take to reach an account at a bank or another credit union?Transfers to accounts at other financial institutions will usually take 24 – 48 hours to arrive in the destination account. Please note that funds transferred on a weekend or public holiday may take longer as they will leave your account during end of day processing on the following business day.
What is a Mistaken Internet Payment?
A ‘Mistaken Internet Payment’ is defined as a payment made through the Internet Banking facility where funds are paid into the account of an unintended recipient because the BSB and/or Account number entered by the member does not belong to the named recipient, either as a result of the member’s error or the member being advised of the incorrect BSB and/or Account number. To report a Mistaken Internet Payment please complete and return the Mistaken Payment Claim Form.
How can I find out what kind of browser I have?
When you are logged onto your internet browser click on ‘Help’ in the Tool Bar at the top of your page. Then click on ‘About Internet Explorer’ or ‘About Netscape’ in the drop-down box.
This will open a small window on your screen that will tell you which browser you are using and the version currently in use.
Security and Privacy InformationProtecting your personal and financial information is extremely important, whether using a credit card to make an online purchase or banking via the Internet.
Security is vital to the success of Internet Banking and all financial institutions take this very seriously.
What security does Internet Banking include?
What is 128-bit encryption?This is the level of ‘encryption’ that is made to any information or transaction entered within Internet Banking. Encrypted transactions are ‘scrambled’ to protect the security of the data. Once you have logged into Internet Banking you are in a completely encrypted environment. 128-bit encryption is currently the highest level of encryption available on the Internet.
128 bit encryption does three main things.
What is SSL?
Data security between your browser and the Web server is handled through a security ‘protocol’ called Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). SSL manages the security of a message transmission on the Internet. SSL provides data encryption (in this case 128 bit), server authentication, and message integrity for an Internet connection.
What is a Firewall?
A firewall is a program, located at a computer, which protects a network from users outside the network (eg. Hackers). Internet Banking is situated behind a firewall to add further security to the overall system.
What are Cookies?Cookies are information that a website adds to your hard disk so that it can remember something about you at a later date. Typically, a cookie records your preferences when using a particular website. Cookies on our website do not gather personal information about you, and do not record your membership number or password when logging onto Internet Banking.
What is Secure SMS?Secure SMS is a free security service in Internet Banking for members. Members will receive an SMS or voice message with details of the transaction being performed, plus a secure one-off code which they will be required to enter in Internet Banking to authenticate the transaction.
How do I register for Secure SMS?You can register for Secure SMS by accessing the Secure SMS menu under Service Options in Internet Banking. For further information about Secure SMS, please click on 'IB Help' from the menu in Internet Banking.
What type of identification do I need to provide when becoming a member?
The law requires us to verify your identity when you open an Account or Membership or when you become a signatory to an Account or Membership.
The documents required for identification purposes can be one or a combination of identification pieces as required under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act (2006).
When you visit one of our Branches to become a member, you’ll need to bring the follow documents with you:
Option 1: Primary
Option 2: Secondary
Option 3: Under 18 Years
Visit your nearest branch, or call us on 13 25 85.
How do I open a joint account?
You may open an account jointly with another person or persons. This is known as a joint account. All of the account owners must be members of the Credit Union.
When opening a joint account, you will be asked how you wish the account to be operated. You have the choice of allowing any signatory to authorise withdrawals and other alterations to the account (known as ‘any one to sign’) or, alternatively, you may give instructions that two or more signatories are required to authorise withdrawals and other alterations to the account and certain authorities (known as ‘two [or more] to sign’. If more than one signatory is required to authorise withdrawals, the types of services available to, and transactions that can be performed on the account will be limited.
When an account is held jointly with another person or persons, all joint account holders are held equally liable for all charges and debts due to us in respect of the account.
You may alter the signing authority of your account, but only if all necessary account owners agree.
How do I add an Additional Signatory to an account?
Account owners can also authorise a person who is not an account owner, known as an additional signatory, to operate an account. This can be done when the account is opened, or later.
The additional signatory will need to prove his or her identity in the same manner as the account owners.
What information do I give my pay office to have my pay sent to my account?Your pay office will need the BSB number for your membership 805-022 and your membership number. You can also arrange for part of your pay to be credited to other savings accounts or loans to save you having to make manual payments.
Is there a fee for having a payroll split?There is no fee for having a payroll split set up on your membership, nor is there a fee to alter your payroll split at a later date.
How can I change my payroll splits?If you need to alter your payroll split, please either visit your nearest Branch or call the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85. If you have Internet Banking access, use Your Member Messages within the site to notify us of any changes to your payroll split.
Do you offer leasing and equipment finance?At this stage, we are unable to provide this type of business financing ourselves, however, we can assist by putting you in touch with a respected and well-known financial intermediary who can offer a range of suitable options to meet your needs.
Do you offer merchant facilities?We are able to provide a referral for you to acquire Merchant Services through an alliance with National Australia Bank (NAB) ABN 12 004 044 937. For more information about Merchant Services, call us on 13 25 85 or visit your nearest Personal Financial Centre.
How can I access my membership over the phone?Members can access their account balances and conduct transactions 24 hours a day via the Account Information Line, just phone 13 14 02 or + 61 8 8274 4522 for overseas callers.
How do I get a Telephone Banking Passcode?
You can register a Telephone Banking Passcode in person at any Branch. Alternatively, call the Member Contact Centre on 13 25 85 and one of our consultants will post an application form to you upon request.
What if I forget my Telephone Banking Passcode?
If you forget your Telephone Banking Passcode simply contact us and we will arrange for a new Passcode to be registered on your membership. When you contact us please include the 4 – 8 digit Passcode you would like to use in your request.Call into a Branch, or send a signed fax to Membership Services to 08 8231 3060.
What can I do via the Account Information Line?You can do most of your banking over the phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by using our Account Information Line. It’s an easy, secure way to manage your accounts. You’ll need a Telephone Banking Passcode which can be obtained by completing an application form at any of our PFCs or by calling 13 25 85.
Is there a fee of any kind to have a Telephone Banking Passcode to access the Account Information Line?You will not be charged a fee to access the Account Information Line. However you may incur a fee depending on the type of transaction you perform.