No branches? No problem – there are a whole bunch of ways to get access to your money.

Withdrawing cash

If you’ve got a transaction account with a debit card, such as an Everyday Transaction Account, you can withdraw cash from ATMs, from Australia Post outlets with Bank@Post, or by EFTPOS. You can find more on how here.

Transferring cash

You can use internet banking, phone banking or the mobile app to move your cash between accounts  or send money to non-ME accounts.

Paying bills

You can use BPAY to pay bills  directly from your transaction account.

Cheques

If you’ve got a transaction account with ME, you can ask us to send you a cheque book – you can find more details here.

A note on Online Savings Accounts

Note that if you’ve got an Online Savings Account, you can’t withdraw cash from it directly. 

To get cash from your Online Savings Account, you’ll need to transfer money to the transaction account you’ve nominated as linked that that savings account – then you can withdraw the cash from that linked account.
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