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Setting up automatic payments

Automatic payments are a handy way to pay your regular bills such as power, gas and phone automatically from your credit card. Setting up automatic payments can take the hassle out of remembering when your regular expenses are due; some companies even offer discounts if you pay by automatic payment.

Setting up automatic payments from your credit card

Contact the service provider you want to set up an automatic payment with.

You’ll need to supply them with:

  • Your Westpac credit card number
  • Credit card expiry date.
  • Card verification number - this is the last 3 digits on the back of your Mastercard® or Visa.

With some service providers you’ll be able to supply your details on their website. However, with some providers you’ll need to supply your details over the phone or in writing.

Transferring existing automatic payments to your new Westpac credit card

If you have existing payments being debited from an old credit card, you’ll need to let them know your new card details.

How to let service providers know you’re changing your payment details

  • Give them a call
  • Check their website to see if you can update your details online.


Things you should know

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