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With social distancing keeping us at home, and less opportunities to visit a branch, what better time to get set up for Online Banking? With the help of our friendly expert, you’ll be surprised to see just how many things you can do from the comfort of your home, and it’s all much easier than you think.


Event Details

What?         Introduction to Online Banking Webinar. 

When?        11.00am AEST, Friday, 29 May.

Who?          Westpac customers new to Online Banking.

Cost?           Complimentary.

What?         Introduction to Online Banking Webinar. 

When?        11.00am AEST, Friday, 5 June.

Who?          Westpac customers new to Online Banking.

Cost?           Complimentary.

What?         Introduction to Online Banking Webinar. 

When?        11.00am AEST, Friday, 12 June.

Who?          Westpac customers new to Online Banking.

Cost?           Complimentary.


How it will work?

  1. Secure your place by clicking the ‘Register now’ button below.
  2. Fill in your details on GoToWebinar.com
  3. We’ll send you a confirmation email and a reminder on the day. 
  4. Click on the link from that email to access the live webinar from your home computer or mobile phone.

 


What we will cover?

  • How to register for Online Banking

    This is the first step to get you set up and running and will only take a few minutes. 

  • How to reset your Password.

    Forgotten? No problem. Resetting your password is simple and secure.

  • What you can do online. 

    We'll talk you through everything from viewing your statements to paying bills. 

  • Staying safe online.

    We'll explain the tools we have in place and share some guidelines you can follow. 

  • Any questions?

    This is your opportunity to ask an Online Banking expert. 

  • Ongoing help and support.

    How to get in touch with someone who can help if you need a hand down the track.

     

Things you should know

Online Banking Terms and Conditions apply. Mobile and Tablet Banking applications are only available for use by Westpac Australia customers. An internet connection is needed to access the Westpac Mobile Banking app. Normal mobile data charges apply.

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