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Exciting changes for ANZ Internet Banking - including a new look!

Saturday 05 April 2014
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Our latest changes to ANZ Internet Banking include an exciting new look, a more secure banking experience and several new features as requested by you - our customers.

 

New look but the same great ANZ Internet Banking

We've made some changes to ANZ Internet Banking to make it look consistent with our websites while making it easier to move through the main menu.

 

Changes you may notice:

- There's a new banner at the top of the screen containing your customer name, a link to Internet Banking Help and the log off button. Can't find the time and details of your last logon? This has moved to the bottom of the page.

 

 

Old look

 

New look

Current Internet Banking look and feel New Internet Banking look and feel

 

 

- All menu headings and options haven't changed, so you can carry out your transactions the same as before. You may notice that Bank mail, our secure email service, has moved into the menu bar - so you can find your messages more easily.

 

- We've put a new blue strip at the bottom that contains useful links for more information about ANZ Internet Banking. This is to make them clearer to see and find. The time and your last logon details are here now too.

 

 

By popular demand - Future dated transfers are here

 

One of the most requested enhancements our customers have been asking for has arrived. You can now set up funds transfers between accounts ahead of time. For example, you can set up a transfer to pay your credit card bill the following week after your pay has come in.

 

 

Extra security with OnlineCode

 

Soon, we'll be asking all ANZ Internet Banking customers to register for our security service OnlineCode.

OnlineCode is our two-factor authentication system. It works by sending a unique code to your mobile phone to enable you to make certain transactions. You simply enter the code to authorise the transaction - that way we can be sure it's really you making the transaction.

OnlineCode will continue to be required for payments over $10,000 and when sending money overseas and will now be required for other transactions, such as paying someone you haven't previously saved as a payee, This means, it's not required for Internet Banking at log in or when paying people or companies you have previously paid.

We understand that there are going to be some instances where OnlineCode may not be a viable option for some customers, especially for customers who are travelling overseas, in low coverage areas or don't have mobiles. There are options available for you in these cases. Find out more.

Registering for OnlineCode is easy too. At some stage over the next few months, when you log on to ANZ Internet Banking we'll ask you to enter your mobile number. That's all you need to do - we'll take care of the rest.

 

 

But wait there's more

 

We've also made some smaller updates to make ANZ Internet Banking a better experience. These include:

 

- Being able to pay tax and new payees from ANZ Online Accounts.

- Access to Foreign Currency Accounts where two people are required to sign to access the account.

- A reminder for customers using ANZ Serious Saver Accounts that if they make withdrawals they'll lose their premium interest for that month.

 

 

Want some more help with ANZ Internet Banking?

 

Don't forget you can also view step-by-step guides explaining how to bank online by clicking the Help icon within ANZ Internet Banking. 

 

 

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Comments

Fairy | Thursday 17 April 2014

Why is it not possible to make & receive payments on any day or date even if it is a statuary holiday or weekend? Surely in this day & age of everything being done electronically there is no need to delay payment until the next \"working\" day. Another bank I have accounts with doesn't distinguish these days & allow payments to be made on any day specified including Good Friday, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, and any Saturday or Sunday.

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Marcus | Wednesday 16 April 2014

Good update. For the next update :), Just thought that it would be nice to setup a payment on a much further date. Currently, you can only setup a bill payment within the next 90 days. Would be nice if this get extended further to a year perhaps?

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Poor old Windows... | Wednesday 16 April 2014

How about a Windows Phone go-money App for internet banking? Given that Windows 8.1 is the same architecture across a number of platforms surely ANZ can see it in their heart to roll out Windows specific apps to their customers?

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Amelia | Wednesday 16 April 2014

What also be helpful online- Credit Cards Statement Details - to be able to see: Payments received this period $ Minimum payment still to pay 11 Apr 2014 $0.00 Closing balance still to pay 11 Apr 2014 $0.00 CR

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Volunteer | Wednesday 16 April 2014

When the application times out, is there still a shadow of the last screen accessed still showing? I have raised this before and it is an obvious security risk; if it is thought sensible to stop access because of inactivity, then surely it is only sensible to make sure that confidential information is not left showing for anyone passing to read. I have checked, and the shadow screen is perfectly legible, why leave it there instead of blanking it completely?

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Gaz007 | Wednesday 16 April 2014

I would like to be able to choose my own overseas code, I think I have already lost / forgotten the random numbers ANZ gave me !! I do like the new look and the website is easy to follow. :) Dam what was that random code ??????

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Realtor | Wednesday 16 April 2014

Excellent to have future transfers, only negative comment is the Multiple accounts drop down box is too high up for easy navigation

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Sean | Tuesday 15 April 2014

I like the new look. I do have a question regarding mobile banking though, when will the app be available for windows mobile.

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tony frieght | Tuesday 15 April 2014

I hope better then before

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gf | Tuesday 15 April 2014

I don't know if it's the improvements you've made, but it takes longer to be able access the page. It makes me worry there's a problem and I log out without checking anything, that's also a problem as I do like to check that all is as it should be.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Wednesday 16 April 2014
Hi gf, please call us on 0800 269 296 so we can look into this for you.
Adrienne | Monday 14 April 2014

Sounds like it will achieve increased security for everyone and speed up transactions

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John | Monday 14 April 2014

The online code thing will be a pain in the butt when I am overseas and want to pay my rates, pay visa or transfer funds

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 14 April 2014
Hi John, thanks for raising your concerns. It's important to note here that OnlineCode will only be required for certain transactions, such as paying someone you haven't previously saved as a payee, for payments over $10,000, and when sending money overseas. This means, it's not required for Internet Banking at log in, transfers between your own accounts or when paying people or companies you have saved as a payee. If you would like to discuss this further with us, please give us call on 0800 269 348.
Bob | Sunday 13 April 2014

I thought we can have renewal / reinvestment of term deposits online. How can we do this? Also how can we make it paperless -same as statements in the document library?

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 14 April 2014
Hi Bob, you can change your renewal/reinvestment options for term deposits online three days prior to the maturity date. You can read more about this here: https://comms.anz.co.nz/betterinternetbanking/article/detail.html?id=17105. We understand there is a need to allow you to stop receiving more statement types being sent to you, including term deposit advices and this is something we will continue to work towards.
Brunel | Saturday 12 April 2014

No I hate change takes too long to get used too

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jax | Saturday 12 April 2014

Updates are great but would like to see an option to check when a payee was last paid so if you get an overdue bill that you are sure you have paid you can search by payee rather than looking through all transactions on past statements.

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Transfer between acc's | Saturday 12 April 2014

I went to transfer between my accounts today which is a weekend and it would only let me do this for a future week date when we have always been able to transfer between accounts at any time. I had to use my mobile app to do this instead. Really annoying!! I hope this will be changed back to how it was.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 14 April 2014
Hi Transfer between acc's, please call us on 0800 269 296 so we can look into this further for you. You should be able to make the transfer on the day you are making it, even on the weekends.
jake | Saturday 12 April 2014

What about accessing info older than 2 years - being able to put it into alphabetical for tax purposes ?

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Keith | Friday 11 April 2014

There are many budget apps for iphone etc, many allow for syncing with the bank account, but none here in NZ. Is it possible for ANZ to develop an iphone budgeting app that allows direct syncing with the bank account?

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Olive | Friday 11 April 2014

I cannot find the \"Logout\" at ther nbottom of the screen after I have made a payment. Where has it gone ? Olive

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liz | Thursday 10 April 2014

HOW DO YOU LOG OFF! argh

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jey | Friday 11 April 2014
Logoff is on the top right corner !!!!!
Kim | Thursday 10 April 2014

The colour of the blue background makes it terribly hard to read when you try and transfer money any chance of toning it down a bit?

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Lukas | Wednesday 09 April 2014

Haven't tried it yet, but you are right, future payments are most welcome and long awaited. Payments from online accounts also most welcome. Well done!

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denis | Wednesday 09 April 2014

When listing \"your accounts\" on the right hand side of screen the balance order is Available on top, Bal on next line. But when viewing same from the dropdown menu the order is reversed. Some consistancy would be good. Also, I have 8 a/cs and the alignment of bal and available is below the a/c name instead of beside it for numbers 6,7,8 .

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ChrisNZ | Wednesday 09 April 2014

This is great, but what about allowing us to categorise transactions with a category and sub category or class as you do in Quicken. This would be fantastic to allow us to then export it and use Excel to Pivot the results for deposits and expenses. Or perhaps if the bank was smart (no offence) provide facilities to do this on-line as a service to clients, but so they too would see the breakdown and could offer appropriate services and assistance. This is something I am sure a lot of people would be interested in and it would not substantially add to data volumes for the bank, but provide a fantastic banking feature as a draw card for customers.

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Mike | Wednesday 09 April 2014

All good stuff but you seem to have ignored a serious shortcoming in respect of your internet banking function. This is the format in which debits and credits appear on accounts. They are the wrong way around and inconsistent with the format used in paper statements. Since modern bookkeeping was invented, debits have always been on the left and credits on the right.

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Mr Payee | Wednesday 09 April 2014

It would be great if I was able to \"edit\" payee details instead of only having the option to \"delete\" or \"create new\" - AND - I agree with the other comments about the OnLine Code remaining voluntary!

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S | Wednesday 09 April 2014

Hi there. Updates are great. When will we able to access the 'manage your money' online banking tools as per ANZ Australia online banking? In NZ, ASB online banking has a similar tool. These are fantastic online tools to help manage cash-flow, review spending and future budgeting.

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Repeated Pay Anyone | Wednesday 09 April 2014

When are you going to bring back Repeated Pay Anyone? This is a much better service than mucking around with Automatic Payments.

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Annoyed | Wednesday 09 April 2014

Instead of relatively superficial changes, why don't you spend some of your time changing the bank statements and accounting back to the Debits on the left and Credits on the right as per normal accounting principles. From an accounting point of view, this was one of the negative initial changes when ANZ and National merged. it takes up a lot ov my valuable time when copying info from the website to the spreadsheets. The info has to be adjusted several times to end up with the info in the correct columns.

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FYI | Wednesday 09 April 2014

I would find it helpful to be able to go from online banking to other pages such as new information pages by having it mandatory to log out securely first. Currently when I view these pages I find I am no longer logged in but have not logged out securely.

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Whaka | Tuesday 08 April 2014

I would like to see Online code remain volantary. Something for next time can it be set so when you load a date you are able to overtype the date that is there, for example on your transaction listing page? At the moment it's pain to have to load whole date including /'s

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Lowsheen | Tuesday 08 April 2014

I prefer the old banner as it was easier to read

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B Affled | Tuesday 08 April 2014

One function that I think needs to be added is to be able to set-up automatic payments to a saved payee - it seems nuts to me that you can save a payee, but can't then use those details to create an AP. In my opinion, saved payees should be able to be used anywhere on the site.

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Donna | Tuesday 08 April 2014

In relation to Online Codes, while this is an OK option I find that I cannot use it because of the area I live in. In live in Bethells and the reception of cell phone towers are not great, therefore the instant response of a return message with the online code, most times take ages to come through, if the txt message comes through at all. This is why I do not currently use the service, yet it seems without thinking about these types of issues I will be 'forced' to use a service I personally do not want or want to use.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Tuesday 08 April 2014
Hi Donna, we understand that some customers live in areas with poor or no mobile coverage and we do have options available for you, so please call us on 0800 269 348 so we can discuss these with you and you can continue to use Internet Banking.
Retired Staff | Tuesday 08 April 2014

Changes are all good. However, I am still mystified as to why there is a 90 day limit on future dated payments to a payee, and I see that this limit now applies to future dated transfers. Another major bugbear for me is that automatic payments (which do allow unlimited future dated transfers) cannot be made from an online call account. I recall that APs from online call accounts were able to be made prior to the NBNZ merger. To my knowledge, no explanation was ever given as to why this feature was withdrawn. As you can see, I want to make future dated transfers from my online call account well into the future, without having to diarise every 3 months to reset them up again.

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Gerard | Tuesday 08 April 2014

I don't know if anybody has already mentioned it but the manner in which the debit and credit entries from VISA appear in the download is a real hassle. Why can't you (or is it they?) show it as + or - ? To solve the problem in CSV I need to (1) sort the VISA file in Debit and Credit (2) create two more columns, one to put the minus sign in and the other to put in the Excel formula =CONCATENATE (cell, cell) (3) Use this formula column to produce the amounts with the minus sign in front of it (4) Copy and paste the amounts as values (5) Tell Excel that the amounts in the cells are numerical values, not just labels (6) Then sort the file on dates for transferring it to my personal accounts spreadsheet! Would it not be a lot easier if the VISA file used + and - as do all the other accounts?

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Nick | Tuesday 08 April 2014

Looking nice is one thing, but it'd be great if ANZ could handle payments between banks better. Other banks process payments multiple times a day... when I was with the BNZ I could pay someone for something off trademe and they would get the payment a few hours later and be able to ship it the same day. If ANZ is meant to be a NZ leading bank, why does it lack this very useful feature? It seems so backwards the current way it only does payments once a day.

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Billie | Tuesday 08 April 2014

I realize the requirement for better security but it makes things more complex for us older persons who get frustrated when things change. Having reached that age, I'm not too sure about this online code. But I'm willing to give it a try. I am sure I will find a way to run my account where it will not inhibit me. I like the idea of being able to pay things from my online account!!

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Round | Monday 07 April 2014

Great to see future dated transfers back. Many thanks.

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roshu | Monday 07 April 2014

Online code could be a pain for someone like me who buys lots of things on trade me from numerous traders, and so doesn't have a lot of payees registered.

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Theo | Monday 07 April 2014

Can you please advise when we will have the option of seeing our bonus bonds balance, purchase more bonds or sell bonds via the on-line banking. Thanks

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Theo, we are progressively rolling out Bonus Bonds in Internet Banking for our customers. If you would like to get this set up now, give us a call on 0800 269 296. At this stage you can view your Bonus Bonds balance in Internet Banking. Managing your Bonus Bonds will still need to be done via the My Bonus Bonds site.
Yoda | Monday 07 April 2014

SMS-based authentication is messy and behind the times. Please implement an option to upgrade to proper 21st-century authentication. https://code.google.com/p/google-authenticator/ Free app that uses the above: https://www.authy.com

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Ann-Marie | Monday 07 April 2014

I'm really glad you finally got around to putting the future dated transfer between accounts into this update. Great work!

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vince | Monday 07 April 2014

seems to have broken under Chrome, some of the tabs etc dont work properly? Works ok under IE but I prefer to use Chrome...

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi vince, we have tested Internet Banking with the latest version of Chrome and aren't aware of any issues. Can you please check if you are using the latest version of Chrome. If you are still experiencing problems with the latest version, please give us a call on 0800 269 296 so we can look into it.
National Bank Nostalgia | Monday 07 April 2014

Online code should remain voluntary, at the choice of the customer. It's perverse and misleading to present this a s a customer benefit. I seem to have lost easy access to at least 2 accounts (part of family trust banking). Nothing in update about that. Any suggestions?

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi National Bank Nostalgia, thanks for letting us know about your concern with OnlineCode. Please call us on 0800 269 296 and we can look into why your accounts aren't showing in Internet Banking.
Liam | Monday 07 April 2014

Looks great. I remember reading something about integrating our Bonus Bonds account within our ANZ account. But I can't recall where I read that. Is this a planned feature for the future? It would be great to have.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Liam, thanks for your query. We are progressively rolling out Bonus Bonds in Internet Banking for our customers. If you would like to get this set up now, give us a call on 0800 269 296.
Derek | Monday 07 April 2014

Concerned that there is no \"log off\" apparent. Does this pose any security risk if I am not \"logged off\"

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Derek, thanks for feedback. This could be because you're on an old browser (for example, Firefox 4 and IE 7). You should update your browser to the latest version as soon as possible. This can be done by visiting the following web sites: - Internet Explorer - www.microsoft.com/ie - Firefox - www.firefox.com - Chrome - www.google.com/chrome Once updated it is important to always log out from your Internet Banking session when you have finished and close your browser. If you have any further issues with this, please give us a call on 0800 269 296.
CF | Monday 07 April 2014

Why has the length of the online code decreased? It used to be longer.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi CF, thanks for the question. OnlineCode is now a six digit code (previously 8 digits). We took the opportunity to make it easier for our customers to enter a shorter number. Please be reassured that the code is still secure with the shorter length. Six digits are still a lot of combinations and there can only be three attempts made per code request. If you have any further questions, please give us a call on 0800 269 296.
Discombs | Monday 07 April 2014

Enhancements are always good - Minimal impact for my useage, however appreciate the effort made to ensure your customers requests are heard and actioned. I would like to ask - When displaying account transactions on screen that the Debit column is on the left and Credit on the right. This is contradictory to viewing Account statement (pdf) where the columns are reversed ... In basic Accounting practice Debit are always displayed in the left column and credits in the right. Any view on amending these in the future ? ... Thanks.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Discombs, thanks for your feedback. We are aware of this mismatch between the debit and credit columns online and on statements and will be looking improving this in a future release.
bo | Monday 07 April 2014

rabo direct provides online access to annual interest and rwt cert information. Why don't you upgrade to provide this?

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi bo, you can access your tax certificates by going to 'Documents & Messages' in the main menu and choosing 'Document library'. From the 'Document type' drop down choose 'Tax certificate'. You can read more about using the Document libray here: https://apps.anz.co.nz/internet-banking-help/document-library.aspx. We are also aware that customers would find it handy to have the current interest earned and tax accrued information available and we will look into this for a future release.
McIntyre | Sunday 06 April 2014

Re Automatic Payments It would be helpful to be able to set up an AP to to 'someone on our list' ie. stored payees, instead of having to put the bank account in manually. eg. I pay a gym membership for a 10 week sign up period - they payee and they amount is always the same for each term. There is a 2 week holiday in between where no payment is made and then a new AP for 10 weeks is required.

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McIntyre | Sunday 06 April 2014

Still need to be able to make amendments to 'future dated' payments. Eg. I realised I had set up a payment from the wrong account - instead of just being able to amend the transaction, I had to delete it from future dated payments and then start over (ie. reschedule a new payment).

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Ron | Sunday 06 April 2014

I don't use a mobile phone. If I can't make payments to new payees without a mobile phone I may have to change to another bank. Why complicate transactions by making it necessary to use both a phone and a computer to make payments? You should be making things easier - not more cumbersome.

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Ron, we have taken customers with no mobile phones into consideration. There are certainly options available for you, so please call us on 0800 269 296 so we can discuss these with you and you can continue to use Internet Banking.
Jane | Sunday 06 April 2014

Love the changes but the banner up the top of my page isn't right! A white panel hides part of my name-- must be a glitch! Please can you fix? Thanks

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Jane, can you please make sure you are running the latest version of your operating system and browser. If they need updating please try logging in again after you have updated. If the problem is still there, please call us on 0800 269 296.
dan | Saturday 05 April 2014

wow this is awesome. Im glad about the new security and the new online transfers ( how is it we set those up?)

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi dan, thanks for your feedback. In regards to the online transfers, I'm assuming you're talking about the changes to ANZ Online Accounts which mean you can now pay tax and new payees from that account? If so, you can do these payments in the same way you would from other accounts, under the 'Pay & transfer' tab in Internet Banking. If you need further clarification, please call us on 0800 269 296.
Sphenodontidan | Saturday 05 April 2014

Hi there I have just been using the updated site and notice two unexpected changes: 1) The online code sent to my cell phone is less secure than the previous system. It only uses six-digit numbers instead of eight-digit numbers. How can you state that this is more secure when it actually less secure? The single most important determining factor for security of passwords is length. 2) The time-out system doesn't pop up an alert giving 30 seconds to perform an action before disconnecting. This causes me trouble because when I reconcile the transactions in my current account it takes some minutes to scroll through them and match them up with my electronic cashbook. Is there any reason why you removed the pop-up alert? In addition to the above changes I note that, unfortunately, your online banking system is still not realtime, i.e. it does not display transactions in the order that they occurred; it future-dates some transactions even though they have already occurred; it changes the end-of-day balance for historical transaction periods. Will you ever fix these issues? I have been asking about them since first being switched to ANZ but keep getting fobbed off. No-one from ANZ seems to be willing to provide me with a timeline to resolve this issue. Regards Christopher

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Sphenodontidan, thanks for passing on your concerns. We didn't make the decision to reduce the length of the OnlineCode lightly. We wanted to make it easier for our customers to enter their OnlineCode while maintaining security. There are still a lot of combinations that can be made using six digits and there can only be three attempts made per code request. The time-out system should still be working as expected. Please call us on 0800 269 296 so we can look into this for you. Real time transactions are a necessity we are very well aware of and we are striving to provide these for our customers. To do this requires us to jump through quite a few technical hoops and it isn't something we can quickly fix. While we can't give you a date for when this will happen at this stage, it is something we are pursuing.
Sphenodontidan | Saturday 05 April 2014

I note that a previous question asked about the new OnlineCode requirements went unanswered. This was regarding the issue with quite a few people for whom, under various circumstances, a mobile phone OnlineCode is not an option. Your response has consistently been to contact the bank, and now buried deep in the FAQ page linked from the page above (don't get me started on that poor design or user experience) you still don't provide a useful answer. To quote the previous response: Why have you responded to every single one of these questions by suggesting that your customers ring an 0800 number to discuss the options available? Are they are secret? Why don't you just explain these mysterious options on your website? If you offer an online banking service, then all information about that service should also be available online. Please advise why you don't publish ALL of the options on this web page. Adding to that: why do so many questions here go unanswered? Can ANZ not afford to adequately resource their social media team? Should I be concerned that you do not appear to be willing to engage with customers in this forum? It's not 1980, many people will use the internet as their primary method for interacting with the bank, not the telephone. It's disappointing that you do not provide a fully-supported internet service. Regards Christopher

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Sphenodontidan, thanks for your comments. We apologise that we haven't been able to reply to all your queries. The options available may differ from customer to customer and we would prefer to discuss the options that best suit each customer's needs.
chrisfox | Saturday 05 April 2014

Good to see the improvements coming. Getting better all the time. I like the new color scheme but the menu is a little subtle, could have maybe stood out better. Still, overall very good. - Chris F

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Sharleen | Saturday 05 April 2014

There is no log out button with the change that has happened

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ANZ Internet Banking Team | Monday 07 April 2014
Hi Sharleen, thanks for feedback. This could be because you're on an old browser (for example, Firefox 4 and IE 7). You should update your browser to the latest version as soon as possible. This can be done by visiting the following web sites: - Internet Explorer - www.microsoft.com/ie - Firefox - www.firefox.com - Chrome - www.google.com/chrome If you have any further issues with this, please give us a call on 0800 269 296.
Ann | Saturday 05 April 2014

Great enhancements. The banner gives a more polished feel to the page, nice work. Just discovered today that I can also change the order of my account. It's probably been an option for a while but a great feature nonetheless. Smart little beavers working behind the scenes when everyone is sleeping, even on their birthdays :)

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