ANZ Payment Requests

A fast and secure way to pay for things online straight from your bank account. Use just your mobile number and the ANZ goMoney app at checkout. There’s no need for a credit or debit card, and there are no fees for receiving a payment request.


Where you can use ANZ Payment Requests

Payment Requests are only available from third parties that are approved by ANZ.

The first approved third party is Online EFTPOS, which you can use to make one-off purchases up to NZ$2,000.

What you need to use this service

To use Payment Requests, you need to:

  • Be at least 18 years of age and living in New Zealand
  • Have the latest version of ANZ goMoney on your mobile device. Visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to download the app
  • Have an ANZ everyday account (e.g. Go, Jumpstart, or Freedom) or an ANZ Flexible Home Loan account with enough funds for the purchase
  • Use a mobile number that you’ve verified with OnlineCode or ANZ Pay to Mobile

How it works

It just takes a few steps

  1. Enter your mobile number where prompted at checkout.
  2. Open your ANZ goMoney app.
    • On iOS devices, tap Payments and then Payment Requests.
    • On Android devices, select the main menu to find Payment Requests.
  3. If it’s the first time you’re paying through an approved third party, tap Yes, allow Payment Requests to let these requests be sent to you in goMoney.
  4. Check the payment information when the request comes through, and then select the account you want to pay from. Tap Approve and then return to the checkout to finalise your purchase.

Why you might not see your payment request in ANZ goMoney

  • You don’t meet the requirements listed under ‘What you need to use this service’ above.
  • You need to use a mobile number you’ve verified with OnlineCode or Pay to Mobile so we can match Payment Requests to you. You can register for or check your Online Code preferences in ANZ Internet Banking under Your settings. Or you can register for or update Pay to Mobile in goMoney under Settings.
  • You’re trying to buy something that costs more than the transaction limit. See ‘Where you can use Payment Requests’ above.
  • You need to have an eligible ANZ everyday account (e.g. Go, Jumpstart, or Freedom) or an ANZ Flexible Home Loan account with enough funds for the purchase.
  • The request may have expired if it has been more than seven minutes which means you'll need to begin the process again.
  • You need to have the latest version of ANZ goMoney. Visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to download or update your app.

If you have an issue or would like a refund

We can’t reverse a payment request transaction and we can’t dispute transactions.

If you have an issue or want a refund, you’ll need to contact the store or business that you made the payment to. If they agree to the refund, we’ll share your account number with them or the payment service only for the purpose of returning your money.

Banking safely with ANZ Payment Requests

  • We only work with third parties (stores, businesses and payment services) that have agreed to meet both our security and privacy standards.
  • To make sure you understand a third party’s service and how they collect and use your information and keep it safe, check their terms and conditions and privacy policy.
  • With Payment Requests, you only need to provide your mobile number in order for a request to be sent to ANZ goMoney for your approval. Never provide or confirm your login details, PIN, or two factor authentication codes to any person, website or app other than ANZ Internet Banking or goMoney.
  • If you’re asked for any other details or you think a payment request has been created or approved fraudulently, contact us immediately. Call 0800 269 296 (or +64 4 470 3142 from overseas, charges may apply) to report a possible scam or fraud incident.
  • See our Electronic Banking Conditions (PDF 191KB) for your responsibilities in relation to the unauthorised use of ANZ’s electronic banking services.

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