CHANGES TO ANZ RATES, FEES AND AGREEMENTS

Current public notices


Changes to ANZ Credit Card Conditions of Use^, ANZ EFTPOS Card and ANZ Visa Debit Card Conditions of Use and ANZ with Apple Pay Conditions of Use

We’re making some changes to the ANZ Credit Card Conditions of Use, ANZ EFTPOS Card and ANZ Visa Debit Card Conditions of Use and the ANZ with Apple Pay Conditions of Use, on 21 April 2017.

ANZ EFTPOS Card and ANZ Visa Debit Card Conditions of Use and ANZ Credit Card Conditions of Use

We’re introducing a new feature called temporary block, which enables customers with an ANZ Visa Debit card, an ANZ EFTPOS card or an ANZ Visa Credit Card to block all transactions on that card. We have set out in the below documents how temporary block will work, your responsibilities and ours when you activate it.

Key points of temporary block:

Finally we’re updating the wording about what to do if you want to cancel your ANZ Visa Debit card or your EFTPOS card. You must call us to cancel your card and then you can dispose of your card.

ANZ with Apple Pay Terms and Conditions

We’re clarifying that wallet cards in Apple Pay will also be blocked when you activate temporary block on the physical card they’re linked to.  

The new ANZ Credit Card Conditions of Use, ANZ EFTPOS Card and ANZ Visa Debit Card Conditions of Use and ANZ with Apple Pay Conditions of Use will take effect on 21 April 2017 and are available below.

^ These changes apply to the ANZ Credit Card Conditions of Use that govern ANZ Credit Cards issued from 6 June 2015, and the ANZ Credit Card Conditions of Use that govern ANZ Credit Cards issued prior to 6 June 2015.