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Making a payment using a BSB and Account number
- A BSB is a six-digit number that identifies the bank, state and branch you opened your account in.
- Your account number is the identification number associated with your bank account.
- To pay or transfer money to someone, you’ll need the recipient’s BSB and Account number.
- You can also set up recurring payments on a daily, weekly, fortnightly, monthly basis up to 12 months in advance.
- Payments are safe, secure and protected by our Online Banking Security Guarantee
Did you know? You can make a payment using a mobile number as a PayID ?
How to make a payment using a BSB and Account number in Online Banking (Desktop)
How to make a payment using a BSB and Account number in the Westpac App (Mobile)
Things you should know
Overseas banks may impose fees and charges or convert the currency of the payment. Westpac may not have any control over the fees, charges or foreign currency conversions imposed by these institutions. Any overseas financial institution handling charges will by default be borne by the recipient of the International Payment and deducted from the payment amount, unless otherwise organised. It is possible that the overseas bank could convert the currency of the payment at an unfavourable exchange rate. You should inform the beneficiary that, if this occurs, they should consider rejecting the payment immediately so the payment can be unwound at the prevailing exchange rate.
If you do not want the currency to be converted, please insert the words “Do Not Convert” in the description details free text box when you are making an international payment and we will onforward this instruction.
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