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ASB Bank Branch Number

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The ASB Bank branch number is a unique identifier for each ASB Bank branch. It is used to identify the branch when making deposits, withdrawals, and other transactions. The branch number can also be used to contact the branch directly.

What is the ASB Bank branch number?

The ASB Bank branch number is a four-digit number. The first two digits indicate the branch’s region, and the last two digits indicate the branch’s number within that region. For example, the ASB Bank Auckland branch number is 3011.

How do I find my ASB Bank branch number?

There are a few ways to find your ASB Bank branch number:

  • Check your ASB Bank account statement or passbook. The branch number is usually listed on the front of the statement or passbook.
  • Log in to your ASB Bank online banking account. The branch number is usually listed on the home page of your account.
  • Call ASB Bank customer service at 0800 803 804. A customer service representative will be able to help you find your branch number.

What is the ASB Bank branch number used for?

The ASB Bank branch number is used for a number of purposes, including:

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  • Making deposits and withdrawals at ASB Bank ATMs and branches.
  • Transferring money between ASB Bank accounts.
  • Paying bills using ASB Bank’s online banking service.
  • Contacting the ASB Bank branch directly.

How do I find the ASB Bank branch nearest me?

To find the ASB Bank branch nearest you, you can use the ASB Bank branch locator. The branch locator is available on the ASB Bank website and mobile app.

Simply enter your address or postcode into the branch locator, and it will show you the nearest ASB Bank branches.

The ASB Bank branch number is a unique identifier for each ASB Bank branch. It is used to identify the branch when making deposits, withdrawals, and other transactions.

The branch number can also be used to contact the branch directly.

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