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Manage my transactions

ANZ Internet Banking makes keeping track of your transactions easy.

You can view, search and even download transaction histories to your computer.

You can also lodge a dispute for a transaction if you believe it may have been made in error.

How do I manage my transactions?

My accounts

Find out how easy it is to manage your accounts online. Choose your account type:

Cheque/savings accounts

Card accounts

Investment accounts

Loan accounts

Term deposits

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For further assistance please call the ANZ Internet Banking team on 13 33 50 (International callers: +61 3 9683 8833) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Frequently asked questions

Use our frequently asked questions to find out more about managing your transactions.

The transactions tab shows the list of transactions carried out on a particular account for the date range selected. It lists the date a transaction was processed, description for that transaction, the debit or the credit amount and the balance after that transaction.

For credit card accounts and loan accounts, the transaction history page does not include the balance column.

You can download the transaction history for your accounts via the "Download" function.

Find out more about downloading transactions

The "Download Transaction History" page allows you to download transaction data directly to a software package of your choice if applicable:

  • Quicken
  • Microsoft Money
  • MYOB
  • Agrimaster
  • Phoenix Gateway

However, if you do not have one of these software packages, you may still download the transactions to your computer as CSV text file. This file can be opened by a plain text editor like notepad or Microsoft Excel.

ANZ Internet Banking allows you to download certain information to your computer, including transaction historiescheque reconciliation details, Operator activity logs or direct debit returned items (eligible business customers only).

When downloading information you choose the file type. The CSV file is the easiest option as it does not require any additional software package.

CSV stands for Comma Separated Values or Character Separated Values. It saves your information in a basic list separated by commas.

The file can be opened by a plain text editor like notepad or Microsoft Excel.

For a V2 Plus account, it goes back up to 90 days while for all other accounts you can access them online for up to 120 days. For transactions carried out prior to 120 days check your paper statement or your online statement, if applicable.

ANZ Internet Banking allows you to view, search and download transactions regardless of when you actually registered. If, however, you cannot find the transactions you are looking for, refer to your paper statements or online statement

You can only see transactions for a particular account via your ANZ Internet Banking. To view a full statement of your accounts, you will need to refer to your paper statements or online statements.

No. Once the transaction is processed to your account, you cannot cancel or delete the transaction. However, you may lodge a transaction dispute if applicable.