Quick service guides
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Common online banking tasks
Use these helpful how-to-guides for our most popular online banking enquires.
If you’ve forgotten your password, remember:
- it’s case sensitive
- it’s at least 6 characters long
- it contains at least one character from two of the following categories: upper case letter, lower case letter, number or special character (e.g. !@#$%).
Still can’t remember?
Select Forgotten your password? on the Internet Banking login page.
To reset your password, you’ll need:
- your NAB Identification Number
- either your mobile phone (if it’s been set up for SMS Security) or your NAB Telephone Banking password (or a temporary password).
More information about how to reset your password.
The default limit is $2,500 if you’re not registered for SMS security or $5,000 if you’re registered for SMS security.
By being registered for SMS security you can change your daily transfer limit up to $40,000 by selecting Profile & Settings and then Internet Banking settings.
More information about how to increase payment limits.
Under the Transfer & Pay menu in NAB Internet Banking, select International transfer.
Select International payment from the menu or Overseas in Transfer & pay.
You can make a transfer in a few simple steps by confirming:
- the account you’d like to pay from
- the country and currency you’d like to send funds in, and the amount you want to send
- the details of where to send your money through providing your recipients bank details
- when you want the money to be sent now, in the future or recurring
Accept the displayed real time rate or indicative exchange rate to make the transfer. More information on transferring money overseas.
Manage your bank accounts
Get help with everything from setting up your accounts, managing your money, term deposits and using your card overseas.
How we’re preventing abuse in transfer descriptions
Internet Banking (IB) transfer descriptions are increasingly being used to commit forms of abuse, including domestic and family violence. Unlike social media channels, receivers cannot block these descriptions. We’ve worked together with the wider banking industry to agree on a list of words and phrases that may be considered abusive. We’ve also made a change in IB that prevents transfers from going ahead if one of these words is typed into an available text field. This change applies for transaction accounts and includes pay anyone, international funds transfers and multiple funds transfer payment types.
Contact us for general enquiries
Speak to a specialist about general account enquiries and online banking support.
Telephone banking self service
Quickly and easily do everyday banking with our automated telephone banking service.
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