Bank cheques are a secure and reliable way to make payments, but sometimes there are reasons why you may need to cancel one. For example, you may have lost the cheque, changed your mind about the payment, or made a mistake in the details.
If you have an ANZ bank cheque, you can cancel it by contacting ANZ directly. There are a few different ways to do this, and the best method for you will depend on your circumstances.
When can you cancel an ANZ bank cheque?
You can cancel an ANZ bank cheque at any time before it has been cashed. However, if the cheque has already been presented to the bank for payment, it may be too late to cancel it.
How to cancel a bank cheque
There are three ways to cancel an ANZ bank cheque:
- Online: You can cancel the cheque online using ANZ Internet Banking. To do this, simply log in to your account, navigate to the ‘Cheques’ tab, and select the cheque you want to cancel. Then, click on the ‘Cancel cheque’ button and follow the prompts.
- Over the phone: You can also cancel your cheque over the phone by calling ANZ Customer Service on 13 13 14. When you call, you will need to provide your account details and the cheque number.
- In branch: You can also cancel the cheque in person at any ANZ branch. To do this, simply take the cheque with you and speak to a customer service representative.
What information do you need to cancel an ANZ bank cheque?
To cancel a bank cheque, you will need to provide the following information:
- Your account details
- The cheque number
- The date the cheque was issued
- The amount of the cheque
- The name of the payee
Is there a fee for cancelling an ANZ bank cheque?
Yes, there is a fee for cancelling an ANZ bank cheque. The fee is $15 per cheque.
If you have lost your ANZ bank cheque, you should contact ANZ immediately. They will be able to cancel the cheque and issue you a new one.