SWITCHING to NAB
just got SIMPLER
Now when you switch to a NAB Classic Banking account, we can help change all of your regular payments from your old bank to your new NAB account, making your switch to NAB much simpler.
Switching to NAB Classic Banking means:
- No monthly account fees, with no conditions ever.
- 24/7 security to protect your money.
- Bank everywhere, anytime with mobile banking.
- No overdrawn fees.
- No ATM fees at NAB or rediATMs, one of the largest ATM networks Australia-wide.
Switch in five simple steps.
1. Open your new Classic Banking account with NAB.
The first step is sometimes the hardest, but we've made this one easy. In fact, you should be finished in less than 10 minutes.
Find out more information on Classic Banking
2. Register for NAB Internet Banking.
Take a look at our 'Ways to bank' and 'Registering for NAB Internet Banking' videos to get started. If you like, we can set up NAB internet banking for you when you come into the branch for your identity check. NAB Internet Banking will allow you to view your account balances and transactions, transfer funds, pay bills with BPAY® and set up regular repayments.
3. Discuss the simplest way to switch your incoming payments to your new account.
When you're in the branch, talk to your banker about the simplest way to switch your incoming payments (like your salary) to your new accounts. We have some great tools to help you get started, including a salary transfer form which you can fill out and give to your employer.
4. Authorise us to switch your outgoing payments from your old bank to your new NAB account.
Just say the word and we can help take care of this step for you. With your permission, we'll obtain a list of your regular debits and credits from the past 13 months from your previous bank. We can then organise for these regular payments to be switched over to your new account. All you need to do is fill in the authority to switch form or visit your local branch. (If you tell us how you'd like us to contact you- email or mail- we'll respond in the way that’s most convenient for you).
Find out more on the process.
Or, if you’d prefer to manage the transfer of your regular debits and credits yourself, here are some handy tools to assist.
5. Close your old account.
If you’ve followed all of the steps above, and you’re sure that all of your "incoming" money is arriving in your new NAB accounts, and that your "outgoing" money is going where it needs to, you can ask your old bank to close your old accounts. You won’t miss them and any annoying fees at all!
Make the switch to NAB in five simple steps - Part 1
Make the switch to NAB in five simple steps - Part 2
Make the switch to NAB in five simple steps - Part 3
Ways to Bank
It's easy, secure and only takes 10 minutes.
Call 13 SWITCH
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