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Switch to BankSA

They call me The Switcher. And I can help make changing banks easier.
Switching your banking is made easier when you open a new BankSA Everyday bank account.

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Automatically import your payees and billers

Connect to your existing bank and import your payees and BPAY® billers into BankSA Internet Banking and email yourself a list of regular direct debits1 made over the last 90 days on bank accounts held with selected financial institutions2.
 

Step 1

Log on to BankSA Internet Banking.

Select Import payees and billers or Get active from the Services section on your desktop or iPhone (Android and iPad not currently available).

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Step 2

Connect to your other bank2 from within BankSA Internet Banking.

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Step 3

Import your payees and BPAY® billers from selected financial institutions2, into your BankSA Internet Banking.

You can also email a list of direct debits1 made over the last 90 days on bank accounts held with selected financial institutions2.

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Step 4

Once you've imported your payees and billers, and checked the details are correct, you can set up your scheduled payments from your new account through the payments icon in BankSA Internet Banking. Don't forget to cancel any scheduled payments you've set up with your other bank account if necessary.

You can now also use your list of direct debits to contact the businesses on the list and give them your new account details.

If you need more payment information from your other financial institution, you have some options available.

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Need a hand switching over?

There are other options when it comes to switching over to BankSA.

See how

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Ready to switch?

Once you've opened your Everyday bank account, logon to BankSA Internet Banking to begin.

Important information

® Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518.

1. This list will consist of businesses that have debited your nominated transaction account at least once over the past 90 days.

2. Selected financial institutions are Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, St.George Bank and Bank of Melbourne.