View future payments/transfers summary
Using ANZ Internet Banking you can easily manage any future payments and transfers you have scheduled. You can view the details, skip/un-skip or delete.
To view your future payments/transfers summary:
- Go to the "Payments" menu.
- Select "Manage future payments / transfers". This will display any future dated payments and transfers scheduled for your accounts.
|Future payments/transfers summary|
Your future payment/transfer summary will provide the following details:
Status: this will be empty if the payment or transfer has not been submitted for processing. It will display "Skip" if you have chosen to skip this payment/transfer or bill payment.
Date: this is the date that the payment/transfer or bill payment is scheduled to be processed.
Type: shows the frequency of your payment/transfer or bill payment.
From: lists the account from which the payment/transfer or bill payment is scheduled to be made.
To: lists the account or biller to which the payment/transfer or bill payment is scheduled to be made.
Lodgement No.: is issued when you schedule the payment/transfer or bill payment.
Amount: is the amount that is scheduled to be transferred or paid.
Need more help?
Use our frequently asked questions to find out more about your future payments/transfers summary.
|What information can I find on the "Manage Future Payments/Transfers" page?|
|What does a payment/transfer status of "locked" mean?|
If a payment/transfer has a status of "locked", this means that the payment/transfer is currently being processed.
|Can I view details of these future dated payments or transfers?|
Yes, you can view full details of the future payments/transfers or bill payments:
|I need to delete a future dated payment/transfer - how can I do this?|
|How can I skip a payment/transfer from a recurring sequence?|
|Can I edit a future dated payment/transfer?|
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.