Switch to online statements now via NAB Internet Banking

The Benefits

  • De-clutter your home or office, with less paper needing to be filed. 

  • Your letters and statements will be protected on the NAB Internet Banking secure platform.

  • Spend less time looking for your banking correspondence when you need it. You can access up to 7 years of statement history. 

  • Less paper and waste means less of an impact on the environment. 

  • NAB Smart Statements let you access statements from as long as seven years ago.

Switching is easy! Follow these simple steps:

  • Step 1 Click Activate Now and login to NAB Internet Banking. 
  • Step 2 Select Profile & Settings then Statement settings.
  • Step 3 For each card/account select Online Only
  • Step 4 Enter your email address and select Update.

Note: If your account is a joint account, each account holder needs to repeat the steps above.

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We want to make it easier for you to keep track of the information we need to send you from time to time. So some of the letters relating to your account/s will start to be delivered to you in NAB Internet Banking, instead of in the post.

Where will I be able to view my letters?

Just log in to NAB Internet Banking and make your way to the Letters screen:

  1. Profile & Settings > Letters. From here, you’ll be able to save or print your letters.

How will I know when I’ve been sent a new letter?

We’ll send you an email notification to let you know.

Note: If multiple letters are issued on the same day, we’ll send you only one email notification to ensure we don’t overload your mailbox.

Which email address will be used for letter notifications?

We’ll use the one captured in the My details section of NAB Internet Banking, so it’s important you ensure it is current.

  1. Profile & Settings > My details

What if I want to keep receiving my letters in the post?

If you’d like us to post your letters to you, simply log in to NAB Internet Banking and follow these steps:

  1. Go to the My details screen
  2. Select the Contact Details section
  3. Click on the Edit link, then un-tick the Send me electronic communications about my products and services box.

Note: In addition to being posted to you, an electronic copy will still be available for you to view in your NAB Internet Banking mailbox.


Switching from letters to smart statements can be daunting at first, which is why we’ve put together a page on how to use Smart Statements. There you’ll find step-by-step guides for the most common operations, such as viewing a recent transaction or view account history.

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