What is NAB BSB number?

What is NAB BSB number?

BSB Number for National Australia Bank

ID Bank BSB Number
1 National Australia Bank 082-976
2 National Australia Bank 082-906
3 National Australia Bank 082-901
4 National Australia Bank 082-902

What is the BSB for ANZ?

BSB Number for ANZ Bank

ID Bank BSB Number
1 ANZ Bank 012-951
2 ANZ Bank 012-515
3 ANZ Bank 012-084
4 ANZ Bank 012-950

What is my NAB BSB and account number?

You can find your BSB and Account Number via NAB Internet Banking or on a recent account statement. If you are unable to locate these details, please proceed with your application and we will be in contact to obtain confirmation of existing account details.

Do ANZ credit cards have BSB numbers?

For credit cards your account number is your 16-digit card number shown on the front of your card. You can find your BSB and account number several ways: By logging into ANZ Internet banking. The first 6 digits are your BSB number (if applicable) followed by your 9-digit account number.

Does BSB number matter?

It is important to get the BSB and account number right, because banking systems only use the account number when processing the payment. The account name is not used to transfer the payment. If you are making a big payment, we recommend you transfer a small amount first and check that the payment has been received.

What is ANZ Biller Code?

Biller Code is 6007. Reference number is your ANZ Credit Card’s card number.

What happens if I use the wrong BSB?

If you do enter the wrong account or BSB number the payment will be made to the wrong account (unintended recipient). This is known as a mistaken internet payment. The ePayments Code sets out a process that will help consumers get your money back if it has gone to the wrong account.

How do I pay off my ANZ credit card?

  1. Step 1 – Select the ANZ account to pay your credit card from.
  2. Step 2 – Select the ANZ Credit Card you would like to pay.
  3. Step 3 – Select a payment method.
  4. Option 1 – Make a one off transfer.
  5. Option 2 – Make regular payments on the due date.
  6. Option 3 – Other payment options.
  7. Step 4 – Review your information.