What is a BSB number in Australia?
Bank State Branch
BSB stands for Bank State Branch. The BSB is a six-digit number that is used to identify a bank code and its associated branch in Australia.
What happens if you get the BSB wrong?
If you do enter the wrong account or BSB number the payment will be made to the wrong account (unintended recipient). This is known as a mistaken internet payment. The ePayments Code sets out a process that will help consumers get your money back if it has gone to the wrong account.
Is Swift code same as BSB?
The BIC/SWIFT code and BSB Number are both used to identify which bank the recipient holds an account with. The difference is that the BIC/SWIFT code is used when transferring the money internationally and the BSB Number is used when transferring the money domestically in Australia.
How do I get a BSB number?
Copy the details by swiping left. In BOB – see them in your ‘Account balances’ view. The first six digits make up your BSB (like 306-089) and the next seven digits make up your account number (like 0001234). If you know the store your account was opened at, you can also search for that store’s BSB number.
Where is my BSB and account number CommBank?
The BSB and account number are available under each account nickname. The BSB is presented first as a 6-digit code (starting with 944), the account number is separated by a space and is 9 digits long. To copy and share your BSB and account number easily, click on the account you need to share.
What is Bank BSB number?
The BSB number (Bank-State-Branch) is a six-digit numeric code that identifies individual financial institutions and branches within Australia. The BSB code is used in conjunction with the bank account number to identify the recipient account for a money transfer. It’s a lot like a SWIFT code,…
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