Your ASB 6 digit bank code is a unique identifier for your ASB Bank account. It is used for a variety of banking transactions, including transferring money, paying bills, and depositing checks.
Your ASB 6 digit bank code is made up of two parts:
- Account number: This is a 10-digit number that is unique to your account.
- Branch code: This is a four-digit number that identifies the branch where your account is held.
Where can I find my ASB 6 digit bank code?
There are a few different places where you can find your ASB 6 digit bank code:
- Bank statement: Your ASB bank code will be printed on your bank statement, along with your account name and other important information.
- Online banking: You can also find your bank code by logging in to your online banking account. Once you are logged in, click on the “Account Details” tab and your ASB 6 digit bank code will be listed.
- Bank card: Your ASB bank code is also printed on your ASB Bank card, along with your card expiry date and CVV number.
- Contact ASB Bank customer service: If you are unable to find your ASB 6 digit bank code using any of the methods above, you can contact ASB Bank customer service for assistance.
Using the ASB 6 digit bank code
You will need to use your ASB 6 digit bank code for a variety of banking transactions, including:
- Transferring money: When you transfer money to another ASB Bank account, you will need to enter the recipient’s bank code.
- Paying bills: When you pay bills using ASB Bill Pay, you will need to enter the biller’s ASB bank code.
- Depositing checks: When you deposit a check at an ASB ATM or branch, you will need to enter your ASB 6 digit bank code.
- Setting up direct debits: When you set up a direct debit to pay for a recurring expense, such as rent or utilities, you will need to enter your 6 digit bank code.
How to keep my ASB 6 digit bank code safe
It is important to keep your ASB 6 digit bank code safe, as it is a sensitive piece of information. You should never share your bank code with anyone you do not trust.