My direct loan payments
Direct loan payments are an easy way to set up recurring payments to your linked ANZ loan accounts.
- You can choose to set up or increase a Bank Managed Payment. A Bank Managed Payment acts as the main method of payment, automatically increasing if the minimum loan payment amount increases.
- Alternatively, you can set up regular payments, which don't automatically update if the minimum loan payment amount increases (i.e. Customer Managed Payments).
Any existing payments you've set up will be displayed on the Direct Loan Payments page with the following details:
- account name and number from which the payment is being made
- payment amount
- payment type
- Add a new direct loan payment
- Modify an existing direct loan payment
- Delete an existing direct loan payment
Use our frequently asked questions to find out more about direct loan payments.
|What can I do on the "Direct loan payments" page?|
The "Direct loan payments" page gives details of any direct loan payments that you have set up on the selected loan account.
|What is the benefit of having a Bank Managed Payment?|
|What does it mean by "Bank Managed Payment (Direct Loan Payment)" or "Customer Managed Payment" under the Payment Type column?|
The payment type indicates whether the loan payment method is managed by ANZ or by you.
|Can I set up any amount as my Bank Managed Payment for my loan?|
You can set any amount as the Bank Managed Payment Payment, as long as the payment amount is equal to or more than the minimum repayment amount.
|Can I set up direct loan payments from a non-ANZ account on ANZ Internet Banking?|
No. If you want to set up direct loan payments for your ANZ Loan account via ANZ Internet Banking, it has to be done from a linked ANZ account.
|Who do I contact if I need more information on my loan payments?|
You can contact ANZ for more information on your loan contract and loan payments:
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.