What is my branch number ANZ?

What is my branch number ANZ?

Your BSB and account number will appear on your statement copies. The first 6 digits are your BSB number followed by your 9-digit account number. On ANZ Phone Banking. You can hear your BSB and account number by calling 13 13 14 and following the prompts.

How do I deposit a Cheque ANZ?

When you deposit up to 3 cheques at an ANZ Smart ATM, you’ll receive an image of the cheque/s on the back of your receipt so you can see exactly what you’ve deposited. If you deposit more than 3 cheques at a time, we’ll list the cheques on the back of the receipt.

How do I make an appointment at ANZ branch?

Book a branch appointment

  1. Want to talk to us about your banking needs in person? Use our online tool to secure your appointment in advance. Just follow these 3 simple steps:
  2. Choose your appointment type.
  3. Choose an available ANZ branch, date and time.
  4. Enter your details so we can contact you.

Can I deposit a cheque online ANZ?

Go to the Home page, which is the first page you see when you log on to ANZ Internet Banking. Select your cheque or savings account. Select the “Order a cheque/deposit book” link and follow the steps below.

Can you put a cheque in an ATM?

How to deposit cash and cheques at a Smart ATM. Smart ATMs accept a maximum of 50 cheques or notes per transaction. This can be in the following combinations: up to 50 notes of mixed denominations, up to $10,000 cash deposit per day, per account.

How do I contact ANZ overseas?

For enquiries relating to your ANZ Credit Cards, please contact the ANZ Cards Services team on 13 22 73 (International callers +61 3 9683 9999) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

How do I contact ANZ recruitment?

If this process does not work, please contact ANZ Recruitment Administration via [email protected]. If you choose to email Recruitment Administration it will take up to 24 hours for the new password to be created and sent to your email address listed on your profile.

Related Posts