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New Mobile Banking feature – PayAnyone

‘PayAnyone’ is Police Bank’s new Mobile Banking functionality that enables our Members (who are registered for Internet Banking) to pay anyone using the recipient’s Australian mobile phone number or email address. What do I need to start using PayAnyone? Be registered for Internet Banking (you’ll need the same login details to access mobile banking). The […]

Important Information regarding Visa transactions

Update – If you have any issues or questions regarding the earlier issue with cards please contact our Assistance Centre before 6pm this evening or when we reopen on 27 December. Plus, we are extending our Assistance Centre operating hours to help with your queries this weekend: Saturday 28th, 9am – 2pm Sunday 29th 9am […]

Great News – your payments even faster

As an added convenience for Members, we are now processing direct credits and debits multiple times each day. This means your payments will reach their destination faster, usually within the 24 hours in which they are sent, sometimes even within hours!

Police Bank Wins Best First Home Saver Account Award

Police Bank has won the Money Magazine’s 2014 Best of the Best ‘Best First Home Saver Account’ award for the second year in a row. Our First Home Saver Account was recognised as the best account for its nil/low account fees, and high interest paid on savings. Police Bank strives to bring the very best […]

NSW Bushfires

Allianz impact and response As a result of the ongoing bushfires throughout NSW, our preferred insurer Allianz has provided the following information for Members who are insured through Allianz to assist in the process in the putting a claim or to assist with a policy. “As a result of the ongoing bushfires across New South […]

Is a Self Managed Super Fund Right for You?

A self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) is essentially a do-it-yourself super fund for a maximum of four people which gives you control of how your super is invested. In recent years, SMSFs have become increasingly more popular. While an SMSF can offer many benefits, it may not suit everyone. It is therefore important to understand the basics of SMSFs before deciding to use this as your chosen method to save for retirement.