Delete a direct debits template
Templates are a convenient way to help you create direct debits. Once you save a template you can select it to populate your payments without the need to add the details for each payment individually.
If you no longer need your template you can easily delete it. Once a template is deleted it cannot be retrieved.
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ANZ Internet Banking for Business customers can easily delete a direct debits template.
- Go to the "Direct debits" menu.
- Click on the "Manage templates" link and follow the steps below.
Alternatively you can:
- Go to the "Pay and transfer" menu.
- Select "Payment templates" and follow the steps below.
The full list of direct debits templates will display here.
|Step 1 - Select the template and click "Immediately delete template"|
This will delete the template from your list so you will no longer be able to use it to make direct debits.
Need more help?
Use our faqs to find out more about deleting a direct debit template.
|Once a template is deleted can I retrieve the information again?|
No. Once a template is deleted, the information in that template cannot be retrieved again.
|How long does it take to delete a template?|
Once deleted, the details will be updated immediately in the "Direct debit templates" list and the template will be removed immediately.
|What information is required to add a direct debit template?|
You need the following information to add a direct debit template:
|Can I edit the amount or client details in the template if it is incorrect?|
Yes. You can make the following edits to your direct debit templates:
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.