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What is a PayID?

A PayID is a nickname for your BSB and account number. It’s unique to you and your eligible bank account.

If you sign in to Westpac Online Banking under a Personal profile, you can create a PayID using your mobile number.

To create a PayID, Personal customers must be registered for Westpac ProtectTM SMS and have an eligible Osko account. You can see if your PayID is able to be registered by signing into Online Banking on your desktop and going to Services & preferences > Account services > PayID / Pay to Mobile settings. On the Westpac App, go to Self serve > Account Services > PayID / Pay to Mobile.

If you sign in to Westpac Online Banking as a Business customer, you can create your PayID using your ABN in your Westpac profile.

To create a PayID, Business customers must be registered for Westpac ProtectTM SMS or a token, and have an eligible account. You can see if your PayID is able to be registered by signing into Online Banking on your desktop and going to Service > Account services > PayID settings > Create new PayID. Or in the Westpac App, go to Self serve > Account services > PayID settings and follow the instructions.

Note: Administrators will need to give Users access to create an ABN PayID on behalf of the Business network. A User of a Business Network will not see the PayID settings option if they have not been given access by the Administrator.


Find out more about the New Payments Platform, Osko and PayID

 

Find out more about the New Payments Platform, Osko and PayID for Business customers