After logging on to ANZ Internet Banking all of your linked accounts will display on the "View Accounts" landing page.
- Click on your ANZ card account and click "Go" to view transactions and access various features to help you manage the account.
- View my card statement
- View, search and download my transactions
- Activate an ANZ Card
- Pay my ANZ Credit Card
- View my reward points
- Transfer credit card balance
- Change my credit card limit
- Change my credit card type
- Add an additional cardholder
- Lodge a transaction dispute
- Increase limit invitation
- Informal overlimit service
Use our frequently asked questions to find out more about card accounts.
|How can I view my credit card statement?|
You can view your online statements by going to the "Accounts" menu and selecting "View Statements".
|How do I link my ANZ Credit Card account to ANZ Internet Banking?|
You may link a credit card to your ANZ Internet Banking in one of the three ways below:
*If you are an ANZ Internet Banking for Business customer, you cannot link your personal credit card or your business credit card to your ANZ Internet Banking for Business CRN directly. However, if you have any other personal CRN, you can request the credit cards to be linked to it.
|What is the difference between my available funds and my current balance?|
The current balance incorporates all transactions that have been processed to the account.
Available funds are the total amount available for withdrawal from your account.
|What else can I do on the account overview page for cards?|
This page allows you to view details of past transactions on an ANZ Credit Card account that you have selected. You can also request the following on this page:
|How do I download my transactions to my computer?|
|What is a CSV file?|
|Do I need special software to download my transactions?|
|Are my accounts eligible for online statements?|
|How do I add an additional cardholder to my account?|
|Will an additional cardholder be able to log on to my ANZ Internet Banking?|
|What does the question mark that I see across ANZ Internet Banking mean?|
The question mark that you can see across your ANZ Internet Banking is a link to the "HELP" section.
Need more help?
For further assistance please call the ANZ Internet Banking Helpdesk on 13 33 50 (International callers: +61 3 9683 8833) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.