A payee or biller is a person or organisation to whom you want to pay or transfer funds. You need to enter the payee’s or biller’s account details once you’ve logged into Macquarie Online Banking or the Macquarie Mobile Banking app before you can pay them or transfer funds to them. You can choose to save these details to your payee list so you can make future payments to them without having to re-enter their account information.

You’ll need the information outlined below to make a payment or a funds transfer to a payee or biller. Always check that you have entered these details correctly before submitting your payment request.

To make a funds transfer, you’ll need:
  • account name (this is not required to process the payment but is useful as a payment reference)
  • account number
  • BSB.

To pay a bill via BPAY®, you’ll need:
  • biller code
  • customer reference number.

You can add, edit or delete a payee or biller.

It’s important to ensure the BSB and account number are correct. The account name is not used for processing payments and we do not match the account name against the account number you provide. Entering incorrect details may mean the wrong account is credited and it may not be possible to recover the funds.

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