Upcoming Internet Banking Changes
Soon, QT Mutual Bank will be launching a new internet banking platform and we would like to let you know about some changes that will occur:
Default internet banking transfer limits to accounts held with other financial institutions will be increased to $10,000 per membership, per day, and BPAY limits will be increased to $20,000 per membership, per day.
- Notifications of account activity will be sent to your email address, or mobile phone if you have not provided an email address, confirming changes such as the adding of a new recipient to your address book or that your internet banking password or contact details have been updated, as well as an unsuccessful login attempt, changes to daily limits and failure of a scheduled transfer/BPay.
Please note that under the changes you will only be able to transfer money on internet banking to a new payee or biller (BPAY) if you’re registered for SMS security.
Check that your email address and mobile phone number recorded in your internet banking account settings are correct and current.
A copy of the amended General Terms and Conditions will be available by request, in branch, by phoning 13 29 30, and from qtmb.com.au once the platform is launched. A copy of the amended redraw provisions in the Mortgage General Terms and Conditions will be available by request in branch or by phoning 13 29 30 once the platform is launched. You will also need to read and accept the amended Internet Banking Terms and Conditions when you log into the new Internet Banking platform for the first time, and these will also be available at qtmb.com.au.