ANZ is one of the largest banks in Australia and New Zealand, and it offers a wide range of banking products and services, including bank transfers.
Bank transfers are a convenient way to send money to other people, but sometimes mistakes happen and you may need to cancel a bank transfer.
This article will cover some important things to keep in mind when canceling a bank transfer.
Can you cancel a bank transfer ANZ?
Whether or not you can cancel an ANZ bank transfer depends on the status of the transfer. If the transfer is still pending, you can usually cancel it yourself through ANZ Internet Banking or the ANZ App.
However, if the transfer has already been processed and sent to the recipient, you cannot cancel it yourself. You will need to contact ANZ Customer Service and they will try to help you recover the funds.
How to cancel a pending ANZ bank transfer
To cancel a pending bank transfer, follow these steps:
- Log in to ANZ Internet Banking or the ANZ App.
- Go to Pay & transfer > View upcoming payments.
- Select the bank transfer you want to cancel and click Cancel.
- Review the details and click Cancel again to confirm.
What to keep in mind when canceling an ANZ bank transfer
Here are some important things to keep in mind when canceling a bank transfer:
- You can only cancel pending bank transfers.
- If you cancel a pending bank transfer, the funds will be returned to your account within 1-2 business days.
- If you need to cancel a bank transfer that has already been processed, you will need to contact Customer Service.
- There may be a fee associated with canceling a bank transfer.
Canceling a bank transfer with ANZ is usually a simple process, but it is important to understand the different statuses of bank transfers and the process for canceling each type of transfer.
If you have any questions or concerns, be sure to contact ANZ Customer Service.