It is important that you use the right BSB when you are instructing organisations to credit or debit your account at Defence Bank.
The correct BSB that should be used is 833-205.
It is important as, along with your account number it ensures that you continue to keep receiving and debiting money to and from your Defence Bank account in a timely manner.
What transactions will this affect?
Any direct deposits (credits) including your pay, share dividends, superannuation, pensions Centrelink payments and any other direct credits into your Defence Bank account.
Any direct payments (debits) including bills such as insurance, electricity, water rates council rates or any other situation where you give a third party authority to debit your Defence Bank account.
We’re here to help.
Updating your BSB is easier than you think. If you wish to do it yourself, to ensure a smooth transition over to your new BSB number, we have provided direct credit and direct debit advice letter templates to help you complete this process.
Feel free to use these letter templates to contact each of your crediting or debiting organisations. You will need to download, print and complete these forms. You can send these directly to your supplier to notify them of the change.
- Direct credit advice letter – for payments into your account (suitable for electronic signature).
- Direct credit advice letter – for payments into your account.
- Direct debit advice letter – for payments from your account(suitable for electronic signature).
- Direct debit advice letter – for payments from your account.
Need to talk?
We understand that this change is an inconvenience and we are standing by to help you. If you have any questions, please contact Member Care directly on 03 8624 9107 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important note: This information is of a general nature and is not intended to be relied on by you as advice in any particular matter. You should contact us at Defence Bank to discuss how this information may apply to your circumstances.