Delete a cheque

Our cheque reconciliation tool is a great way to keep track of cheques you have written and the dates they have been presented.

  • When you have viewed a reconciled cheque we will delete it after you log off from ANZ Internet Banking.
  • You can also delete a cheque from your list at any time.
  • You will not be able to retrieve the details once you have deleted the cheque.

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To delete a cheque from your reconciliation list:

  • Go to the "View Accounts" landing page.
  • This is the first page you see when you log on to ANZ Internet Banking.
  • If you cannot locate it, go to the "Accounts" menu and select "View Accounts".
  • Select your cheque or savings account by clicking on the account name.
  • Click on the "Cheque reconciliation" link at the top of the page.

Your cheque list will display.

Step 1 - Select the cheque(s) to be deleted
  • Click on the checkbox next to each cheque you would like to delete.
Step 2 - Delete all selected cheques
  • Click on the "Delete selected cheques" link which is located under the "Additional links" section
  • Once you click on the link the cheque will be immediately removed and you will not be able to retrieve the details.

Need more help?

Use our faqs to find out more about deleting a cheque.

What is the "Cheque reconciliation" page used for?

The ANZ Internet Banking cheque reconciliation tool used to reconcile cheques that you have written.

  • This is a great way to keep track of cheques you have written and the dates they have been presented.
What information do I need to use cheque reconciliation function?

First of all, you need an account with a cheque facility.

  • For all cheques to be reconciled you'll need cheque details including the cheque number, date written, cheque description and amount.
What can I do on the "Cheque reconciliation" page?

On this page you can:

  • Select the account that you want to reconcile, using the drop down list
  • Add cheques to your list: this allows you to add new cheques for reconciliation.
  • Delete all selected cheques: this allows you to delete selected cheques from your list.
How many cheques can be listed for reconciliation?

You can only add up to five cheques at a time.

  • If you want to add more, click on "Add more cheques to my list".
  • This allows you to add five more cheques.
  • The maximum number of cheques that can appear in your cheque reconciliation list is 100.
How do I verify if the cheque that I wrote has been presented or not?

ANZ Internet Banking will confirm whether the cheque that you submitted has been presented.

  • If it has been presented we will reconcile it by displaying the presented date.
  • If the date is not displayed, it means the cheque has not been presented yet. You can check again at your next log on.
  • Once you have viewed a reconciled cheque, it will be deleted after you log off.
How do I keep record of the cheques?

You can keep a record of your cheques by printing the page or downloading the details as CSV file to your computer.

  • To download cheques click on the "Download to CSV" link from the bottom of the screen, and save the file by choosing the file name and where you would like to save it in your computer.

To print the page, click on the "Print copy" icon in the top right corner.

  • A print-friendly version of the page will display.
  • Click on "Print" at the top of the page to start the print.
  • If there is no print icon in the top right corner please use your own browser's print function (Control + P).
Do I have to delete the cheque from the list once it has been presented?

No. When a cheque is presented, the date presented will be displayed next time you log on to ANZ Internet Banking.

  • At log off the details will be deleted automatically.
Can I retrieve the cheque details once it is deleted?

No. You will not be able to retrieve the cheque once it has been deleted from the list.

Need more help?

For further assistance please call the ANZ Internet Banking team on 13 33 50 (International callers: +61 3 9683 8833) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.