Changing your contact details

You can update your contact information like your address or telephone number. To update these details you’ll need to register for SMS Security first.

Using the NAB app

Follow the steps below or visit our online banking help guides for more detail.

How to update your contact details (iOS)

How to update your contact details (Android)

  1. Login to the NAB app.
  2. Click on Profile.
  3. Click on My details.
  4. Update your details.

Using NAB Internet Banking

Follow the steps below or view our online banking help guides for more details.

How to update your contact details using a tablet or computer.

  1. Login to NAB Internet Banking
  2. Go to Profile & Settings
  3. Click on My details
  4. Update your details.

By contacting us

Visit your nearest NAB branch  or call us  to update your details.

Changing your credit card account name

To change the name on your credit card you’ll need to visit a branch. You’ll need to provide Identification (ID) documents. Suitable ID includes:

  • passport
  • birth certificate
  • driver's licence and utility bill or rates notice.

Adding an additional cardholder

You can add an additional cardholder to most NAB credit card accounts for no extra charge. The NAB StraightUp Card doesn’t allow an additional cardholder.

The additional cardholder gets a card and PIN that gives them access to your credit card account, and any other accounts that you’ve linked to it.

As the primary cardholder, you’re responsible for all use of the account, including transactions made by the additional cardholder.

Before adding an additional cardholder, please be aware of the following:

  • If you already have an additional cardholder, you’ll need to arrange for them to be removed first.
  • An additional cardholder must be at least 16 years old.
  • It can take up to two weeks to add the additional cardholder to your account. As you're the primary cardholder, we'll send the new card to your address or nominated branch.
  • If the additional cardholder isn't already a NAB customer, they’ll need to visit a branch to provide proof of identity. Suitable ID includes their passport, birth certificate or driver's licence and utility bill or rates notice.
  • The additional cardholder will be able to view and manage the card through the NAB app and NAB Internet Banking by selecting the Cards menu.
  • You can also request for the additional cardholder to view the credit card transactions online. To do this, you'll need to visit a NAB branch together to organise third party access.

Add a cardholder using the NAB app

The easiest way to add an additional cardholder is through the NAB app.

  1. Login to the NAB app and select Cards.
  2. Select your card.
  3. Click on Usage controls.
  4. Select Add another cardholder.

Add a cardholder using NAB Internet Banking

  1. Log into NAB Internet Banking
  2. Go to Cards.
  3. Select your card.
  4. Under Manage your card, select Add an additional cardholder.

Other ways to add an additional cardholder

Print and fill out the additional cardholder request form (PDF, 273KB), opens in new window. Return it to us:

Removing an additional cardholder

You can call us and we’ll get them removed immediately. 

Our live chat operators can also help you, follow these simple instructions:

  1. Log into NAB Internet Banking.
  2. Go to Cards.
  3. Click on the Chat icon.

If possible, you’ll need to retrieve the cards from your additional cardholder and destroy them by cutting through the chip, magnetic strip and security code.

Switching to another NAB credit card

If for any reason your card isn’t right for you, we have a range of credit cards with varying features and benefits. We’ll be happy to talk to you about switching your card:

Find the right card to match your needs by using our Help me choose a card tool

Changing your credit card limit

To find out how to either increase or decrease your credit card limit check out our guide to credit card limits.

Closing your credit card account

If you're the primary cardholder, the quickest and easiest way to close your account is through Live Chat in Internet Banking or the NAB app.

NAB app

  1. Log in to the NAB app
  2. Click the Chat icon in the top right-hand corner of the Accounts screen. This will launch a secure chat.
  3. Type in Close credit card, and then click the bubble Chat with a specialist. 

NAB Internet Banking

  1. Log in to NAB Internet Banking
  2. Click the Chat icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the page. This will launch a secure chat.
  3. Type in Close credit card, and then click the bubble Chat with a specialist to be connected with a NAB representative who can help you.

If you need further support, please find your closest branch or give us a call.

Things you should know

You'll need to pay all amounts owing as soon as possible. This includes pending transactions and may include interest, fees and charges as applicable to your credit card product. Your NAB Credit Card terms and conditions will apply until you've done this.

If you use your credit card to access your transaction account, you'll need to order a debit card to continue to access your funds. You can apply online for a NAB Visa Debit card, or visit your nearest branch

If you have a rewards card, any reward points not credited when you close the account will be forfeited (including points earned in the current statement period). NAB Rewards Points won’t be affected, but you need to redeem these within 60 days of closure .

Once we’ve closed your account, you’ll still be able to see it in NAB Internet Banking for three to six months after the balance is paid. This is so you can continue to access your transaction and payment history.

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