To transfer funds between the accounts you have registered for Bendigo e-banking choose the Transfer Funds category from the top navigation menu and click the Transfer Funds item from the side navigation menu.
The Transfer Funds screen will be displayed, where you will
need to complete the following information:
The drop down list labelled From shows all your accounts registered with Bendigo e-banking that permit a transfer. Select the account you wish to transfer from (i.e. the account from which you want to withdraw the funds).
Note: Only those accounts where you have an Access Limit of Full Access will be available for selection in the From accounts drop down list. Those accounts where you have an Access Limit of No Withdrawals will not be shown in the From accounts drop down list. You can view the Access Limit on each of your accounts by using the Account Signatories function under the Accounts menu.
A minimum transfer amount of $1.00 applies while the maximum transfer amount is equivalent to your account's available balance. Transfers are not permitted from some accounts (e.g. Term Deposit accounts).
The drop down list labelled To shows all your accounts registered with Bendigo e-banking that you are able to transfer funds to. Select the account you wish to transfer to (i.e. the account in which you want to deposit the funds). Transfers to Term Deposit accounts are not permitted.
Note: The account you are transferring From must be different to the account you are transferring To.
Enter the amount you wish to pay including the decimal point (e.g. $99.45).
You can add a description which will appear in both the To and From accounts for your own reference purposes.
Three radio buttons allow you to choose when the transfer is to take place. When you click inside a button, a dot will appear to indicate that it has been selected. Click inside the appropriate radio button to indicate:
The default is Now. Funds will be withdrawn from your nominated account as soon as Bendigo e-banking processes the transaction.
A one-off transfer to occur on a future date up to one (1) year in advance.
Select the day, month and year from the drop down boxes to the right of the "Once On" field. The amount will be withdrawn from your account on the morning of the date you have nominated.
A scheduled transfer to be repeated at a regular frequency.
Use the Frequency option to select how often the transactions should occur. Options available are Weekly, Fortnightly and Monthly.
Use the Starting option to select when the transactions should commence and the Ending option to select when they should cease.
Note: A monthly transfer, if scheduled for the 29th, 30th or
31st, will be processed on the last day of the same month
if that date is not valid.
For example, if you select a monthly transfer for the
29th, January's transfer will be processed on January 29th,
while February's (if not a leap year) will be processed
on February 28th, etc.
Recurring transfers will be withdrawn from your account on the morning of the date you have nominated.
You can review and/or cancel future dated transactions
by selecting the Future Transfer
List option from the side navigation menu. For further
details refer to Future
There are two action buttons available:
Pressing the Transfer button will direct you to the Transfer Funds - Approval screen where you can approve the transfer or cancel if details are not correct.
Pressing the Clear button will clear the input fields
on the screen.
Transfer Funds - Approval
After selecting the Transfer button on the Transfer Funds screen you will be presented with the Transfer Funds - Approval screen allowing you to confirm the information you have selected.
There are two action buttons available:
Pressing the Approve button will submit the transaction
for processing. This is the final point where you can decide
whether or not to proceed, so you should ensure the details
are correct before selecting this option.
If you choose to approve the transaction you will be advised
that the details have been accepted and issued with an Acknowledgment
Number for use as a reference, should you need to inquire
on the transaction at a later date. You will also be presented
with a Print Receipt option.
For further details refer to Print
Pressing the Cancel button will cancel the transaction
and return you to the initial Transfer Funds screen.
Note: If a second signatory is required to authorise the transaction, you will be presented with additional input boxes where one of the other signatories can enter their Access ID and PIN. If, as an authorised signatory, you have not independently logged on for some time, you may receive a message advising that you need to log on. This is to accept any updates to the Terms and Conditions governing Bendigo e-banking included in the Disclosure Documents. It is a requirement of the Bank that all customers that use the service have seen and accepted the Terms and Conditions of use.
If the authorisation of a second signatory is not entered at this time, any of the other authorised signatories can review the transaction later by logging on to Bendigo e-banking and selecting the hyperlink from the Account Balances screen that shows you how many Authorisations are Pending. (e.g. You have 2 Authorisations Pending) Alternatively they can choose the Accounts category from the top navigation menu and then select the Authorisations Pending item from the side navigation menu.
To print a receipt for a financial transaction simply press
the Print Receipt option and you will be presented with a
new window containing the details of the transaction. To print
these details you should use the Print
button on the screen or you can use the standard Print function
of your browser which is located within the File menu (i.e. click
on File and then Print).
When finished you should shut down the new Print Receipt
browser window by using the Close
button on the screen, the Close function within the File menu,
or the Close Window button at the top right hand side of the