1 Accounts & Access Facilities Effective 1 October 2015 Terms & Conditions Contains terms and conditions for Personal Savings Accounts, Investment Accounts, Business Deposit Accounts and Access Facilities (including EFT Access Facilities). This document must be read in conjunction with People s Choice Credit Union Fees and Charges. People s Choice Credit Union, a trading name of Australian Central Credit Union Ltd ABN , acts under its own Australian Financial Services Licence (244310) and Australian Credit Licence (244310).
2 2. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Contents About this document Definitions Codes of Practice Privacy Financial difficulty Accounts Complaints Member Chequing Direct Credits, Direct Debits, Auto Transfer Orders, Credit Card payments, Regular payments and Quick Debits SMS Banking Financial Claims Scheme Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities Mobile Banking Terms and Conditions EFT Access Facilities and EFT Conditions of Use redicard, Visa Card, PayTag and redi2pay Phone Banking, Internet Banking and BPAY Verified by Visa...87
3 3. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions About this Document This document forms part of the Terms & Conditions for our Transaction, Savings & Term Investment Accounts & Access Facilities. The other document that makes up the Terms & Conditions for these products is the Fees & Charges document and any notices we give you about interest rates. These Terms & Conditions help you to: understand how the respective Facilities operate (including interest, arrears, Account statements etc); decide whether the People s Choice Credit Union Accounts & Access Facilities will meet your needs; and compare this product with other financial products you may be considering. You should read these Terms & Conditions before making a decision to open an Account or Access Facility with People s Choice Credit Union. Please note: by opening an Account or using an Access Facility you become bound by these Terms & Conditions. We recommend you read this document carefully. Please keep it in a safe place, as you may need to refer to it in the future. Alternatively, you can download this document by visiting our website at peopleschoicecu.com.au
4 4. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions 1. Definitions 1.1 In this document: Access Code means a password which (used together with a form of Second Tier Authentication for some Internet Banking transactions) enables you to have secure access to Phone Banking and/or Internet Banking, including BPAY and transfers to external parties. We will initially provide an Access Code to you, in the form of a number, via mail to you following our approval of your application to use Phone Banking, or by telephone, in person at our branch or by SMS following our approval of your application to use Internet Banking. You can change your Access Code(s); Access Facility means the facilities we provide to you from time to time to access your Accounts in accordance with these Terms & Conditions; Access Method means a method authorised by us for your use as a form of authentication, and accepted by us as your authority to make a transaction or to access information about your Account, that does not require a manual signature, and includes, but is not limited to any combination of a Card, PayTag, redi2pay, Account number, Card Details, expiry date, PIN, MAP, Factor2 Icons, SCV and Access Code; Account means a transaction, savings, investment or Credit Card Account with us; Accountholder means the person(s) in whose name(s) an Account or Access Facility is held and if there is more than one Accountholder it means the Accountholders jointly and severally; AML means Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Cth) as amended, varied or substituted from time to time; ATM means an automatic teller machine owned by us or another party; Auto Transfer Orders has the same meaning as in clause 8.3; Available Funds means, at any time, the funds in the Account (if any) not including uncleared cheques deposited to the Account and the amount of any Pay Easy transactions that have not been collected, and any agreed Credit Limit; means the electronic personal banking network offered by Australia Post; Beneficiary for the purpose of clause 15.3 and related definitions, means a person to whose account you make an International Money Transfer;
5 5. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Biller means an organisation who tells you that you can make bill Payments to them through BPAY ; BPAY means the electronic payment scheme called BPAY operated in co-operation between Australian financial institutions, which enables you to effect bill payments to Billers who participate in BPAY, either via Phone banking or Internet Banking or any other Access Method as approved by us from time to time; BPAY Payment means a Payment transacted using BPAY ; BPAY Pty Ltd means BPAY Pty Limited ABN of PO Box 1093, North Sydney NSW 2059, telephone (02) ; Business Day means any day on which banks in Sydney are able to effect settlement through the Reserve Bank of Australia; Card means any authorised card issued by us which can be used to access an Account; Card Details means the information provided on the Card and includes, but is not limited to, the Card number and expiry date; CARD HOTLINE means the Card Hotline set out in clause 14.4; Chargeback means that, subject to Card scheme rules, we may have a right to return a disputed transaction to a Merchant with whom the transaction was made; Code/s means your Access Code(s) and any other code or number used by you as a form of authentication (including a MAP, a PIN, Factor2 Icons and a Secure Code); Credit Card Account means an Account which you can access by using a Visa Credit Card; Credit Card Monthly Transfer Payment has the same meaning as in clause 8.4; Credit Limit means, at any time, the approved limit of the credit available on the Account; CUSCAL means CUSCAL Limited ABN ; Cut Off Time means the time, as we advise you from time to time, by which your Payment instructions must be received by us in order for these instructions to be processed that day by BPAY or to allow for transmission to an external party; Day means a 24-hour period commencing at midnight in Sydney Eastern Standard Time or Eastern Summer Time, as the case may be; Deposit Guarantee means a guarantee from the
6 6. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Government for funds up to $250,000 held as eligible deposits; Device means any tangible object or thing that is capable of generating, sending, receiving, storing or otherwise processing Electronic Communications to or from us that enables you to receive information about, or to transact on, your Accounts and includes a computer, mobile telephone, tablet, PayTag, or any other telecommunications Device; Direct Credit has the same meaning as in clause 8.1; Direct Debit has the same meaning as in clause 8.2; Direct Debit Service Agreement means the authority you provide to a third party to debit funds from your Account with us, and includes the Direct Debit request (or other form) that the third party may require you to complete; Early Redemption means a full or partial withdrawal from a Term Investment Account prior to maturity of the investment; Electronic Equipment includes, but is not limited to, a computer, television, telephone and an EFT Terminal; Electronic Communication means a communication of information in the form of data, text or images by means of guided and/or unguided electromagnetic energy; Eligible Deposits in relation to the Financial Claims Scheme, means deposits held in any of the Credit Union Accounts listed in the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities, but excluding Credit Card Accounts, line of credit Accounts and any Accounts with an overdraft attached; Eligible Loan has the meaning in clause 11, note 3.1 of the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities table. EFT Access Facilities has the same meaning as in clause 13.1; EFT Conditions of Use means the conditions of use set out in clauses 13 to 15 in these Terms & Conditions; EFTPOS means a point of sale electronic banking facility available at retail or wholesale outlets; EFT System means the shared system under which EFT Transactions are processed; EFT Terminal means the electronic equipment, electronic system, communications system or software controlled or provided by or on behalf of us or any third party for use with an Access Method to conduct an EFT Transaction and includes, but is not limited to, an automatic teller machine or point of sale terminal;
7 7. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions EFT Transaction means an electronic funds transfer to or from your Account using an Access Method and includes transactions carried out by means of: redicard Visa Card PayTag an Enabled Mobile Device BPAY Internet Banking Phone Banking; Enabled Mobile Device means a mobile Device on which redi2pay is loaded which is linked, via a Card, to an Account; External Transfer Payment means an EFT Transaction made using Internet Banking which is a transfer to an Account held with another financial institution; Factor2 Icons means the unique combination of three personal icons you may need to select (unless you are registered for SCV and while Factor2 Icons are still available as a form of Second Tier Authentication) when you access Internet Banking and perform a BPAY Payment or make external transfers for the first time, and includes the order that you select your personal icons. These three icons will become your Factor2 Icons which, until you are registered for SCV or Factor2 Icons are no longer used by us as a form of Second Tier Authentication, will need to be entered in any Internet Banking session where you process a BPAY payment or external transfer as a form of Second Tier Authentication. Together with your Internet Banking Access Code, the Factor2 Icons enable you to have secure access to our Internet Banking service; Grace Period means a period of seven days from maturity of a Term Investment Account; Home Banking System means our system for providing Internet Banking or Phone banking (including BPAY ); International Money Transfer or IMT means an External Transfer Payment to the account of a Beneficiary located in a foreign country using a real-time foreign currency exchange rate which you initiate through Internet Banking and which is debited from one of your Accounts; Internet Banking means a service we provide through our Website which enables you to electronically receive information from us about, or to transact on, your Accounts and includes Mobile Banking; Joint Account means an Account held in the name of more than one Member;
8 8. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Linked Account means an Account, which you link to a Card, and includes any overdraft or line of credit, which is attached to the Account; MAP means Member access password; Member means a person who holds a Member share in the Credit Union; Member Chequing has the same meaning as in clause 7.1; Member Number means the number allocated to you by People s Choice Credit Union to be used to assist us in identifying you and to allocate products and services you hold. You may be allocated more than one Member Number under your Membership. Membership means holding one share in People s Choice Credit Union entitling the Membership owner to products and services offered by People s Choice Credit Union; Merchant means a retailer or any other provider of goods or services; Minor means a person under the age of 18 years old. Special terms and conditions apply to Accounts held by minors; Mistaken Internet Payment means a Payment made through our Internet Banking facility (other than BPAY or an International Money Transfer) and processed by a financial institution through direct entry where funds are paid into an Account or an account of an unintended recipient because you or, in the case of a Pay Easy Payment, the recipient enters or selects a BSB number and/or identifier that does not belong to the named and/or intended recipient as a result of the user s error or the user being advised of the wrong BSB number and/or identifier; Mobile Banking means the Internet Banking service we provide through applications, software or websites designed for mobile Devices such as mobile phones and tablets which enable you to electronically receive information from us about, or to transact on, your Accounts; Nominated Mobile Phone Number means the mobile phone number you provided to us when you registered for SMS Banking; Notification of Change Table means the table set out in clause ; Offset Account means your Account that you link to an Eligible Loan for the purpose of an interest offset facility; Overdraft means, at any time, the approved limit of the credit available on the Account;
9 9. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Participating Online Merchant means a retailer or merchant who offers goods or services for sale online, who is a participant in Verified by Visa; Pay Anyone Payment means an External Transfer Payment processed using the Mobile Banking feature we offer that allows you to make payments to an account at a different financial institution; Pay Easy means the Mobile Banking feature we offer that allows you to make Payments to a person ( the recipient ) by reference to the recipient s address or mobile phone number; Pay Easy Payment means a Payment processed using our Pay Easy; Payment means a payment transacted using an Access Facility, and includes BPAY Payments, Pay Anyone Payments, Pay Easy Payments, External Transfers and International Money Transfers; paywave means the functionality on a Visa Credit Card or Visa Debit Card, PayTag or Enabled Mobile Device, that enables you to make small value Payments at merchants that accept such Payments by waving or placing a Card or Device with the functionality in near proximity to a paywave reader; PayTag is a Device we may issue to you that allows you to make Payments using paywave; Phone Banking means a service we offer through telephone communication network which enables you to electronically receive information from us about your Accounts, or to transact on your Accounts; PIN means a personal identification number or word used in conjunction with a Card; Primary Address means the address you have provided to us; Privacy Act means the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) as amended, varied or substituted from time to time; redi2pay means a software application on a mobile Device which allows you to use the mobile Device to make small value Payments at merchants that accept payments by paywave; redicard or redicard PLUS means the redicard issued to you or a Third Party Operator by us; Regular Payment means either a recurring Payment or an instalment Payment to your Visa Card; Secure Code means a unique six digit number that our system will generate when you are registering or registered for SCV, in relation to any Internet Banking transaction which requires SCV while you are
10 10. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions processing the transaction online. We will send a Secure Code to you by telephone so that you can enter it online; SCV (Secure Code Verification) means a form of Second Tier Authentication we require you to use to complete some types of transactions in Internet Banking and which involves the use of a Secure Code; Second Tier Authentication means an Access Method that we may require you to use, in relation to some transactions and in addition to Access Methods that are used as a form of first tier authentication (such as your Access Code(s) and Member Number), as an additional method of verifying that it is you who is conducting the transaction, and includes MAP, Factor2 Icons, SCV and any other form of Second Tier Authentication we may require you to use at any time; SMS (Short Messaging Service) means a digital network facility that allows mobile phone users to send and receive text messages on their phone; SMS Banking means a service we offer via SMS through a mobile phone network which enables you to electronically receive information from us about your Accounts; Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities Table means the tables provided on pages 44 to 47; Terms & Conditions means these Terms & Conditions and our Fees & Charges document which comes with this brochure and any notice we give you about current interest rates; Third Party Operator means a person referred to in clause 5.11 and otherwise any person nominated by you to whom we have issued an additional Card to access your Linked Account(s) including a person authorised by either a Member or the Guardianship Board to operate on an Account/s; Verified by Visa (VBV) means the online transaction authentication service provided by us (or our nominated service provider); Visa Card means a Visa Debit Card or Visa Credit Card issued to you or a Third Party Operator by us; Visa Credit Card means a Visa branded credit card; Visa Debit Cash Out means the ability to take cash out using a Visa Debit Card at an EFT Terminal at participating Merchants using the CR option; Visa Debit Card means a Visa branded debit card; Visa Direct means the funds transfer service provided by Visa which allows funds to be transferred from one Visa Card account to another by reference only to the
11 11. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Visa Card number; Website means our website accessible at peopleschoicecu.com.au; we, us, our, People s Choice Credit Union or the Credit Union refers to People s Choice Credit Union, a trading name of Australian Central Credit Union Ltd ABN , Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL ) and Australian Credit Licence (ACL ); you means, according to the context: the Accountholder; any third party the Accountholder nominates to operate the Account or Access Facility; and any person the Accountholder authorises us to issue a Card to. 2. Codes of Practice 2.1 Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice The Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice seeks to foster good relations between customer owned banking institutions and their customers. The Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice also seeks to promote fair and consistent treatment of customers of customer owned banking institutions by setting down formal standards of disclosure and conduct that customer owned banking institutions must comply with when dealing with their customers. The Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice is administered by the Code Compliance Committee, an independent committee established by the Customer Owned Banking Association. People s Choice Credit Union is a customer owned banking institution and is committed to the Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice. The code contains 10 key promises: We will be fair and ethical in our dealings with you; We will focus on our customers; We will give you clear information about our products and services; We will be responsible lenders; We will deliver high customer service and standards; We will deal fairly with any complaints; We will recognise customers rights as owners; We will comply with our legal and industry obligations; We will recognise our impact on the wider community; and We will support and promote the Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice
12 12. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Our commitment to the Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice means that we will: define standards of good practice and service; disclose information that is relevant and useful to our Members; clearly define the terms and conditions for all our products and services; and make a simple, effective complaints handling process available to our Members You can obtain a copy of the Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice upon request or from our Website. The Customer Owned Banking Code of Practice applies to all our Accounts. 2.2 epayments Code We subscribe to the epayments Code and warrant that we will comply with the epayments Code where that Code applies to your dealings with us You can obtain a copy of the epayments Code upon request or from our Website. 3. Privacy 3.1 Collection of Personal Information We collect personal information about you for the purposes of providing our products and services to you and for processing your Payments We owe you a duty to keep information about you confidential and in general, we will not disclose your information to other parties. However, we can disclose information we have about you in circumstances where: We are compelled to do so by law. For example, disclosure to various Government departments and agencies such as the Australian Taxation Office of the amount of interest you have earned on your Account, and disclosure to the courts under subpoena. It is in the public interest to do so. For example, where a crime, fraud or misdeed is committed or suspected by us, and in our reasonable discretion, disclosure is justified. We are permitted by law and it is in our interest to do so. For example, disclosure to a court in the event of legal action to which we are a party, or if we are trying to recover a debt, we may have to inform solicitors, debt collectors or credit reference agencies. You ask us or agree for us to do so.
14 14. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions we may be required to obtain additional information from you where required by any law in Australia or any other country and you agree to provide us with that information; we may be required (and you authorise us) to disclose information provided to us or any other information where required by law in Australia or any other country. This includes the release of information regarding Internet Banking transactions to oversea regulators; your transactions could be delayed, blocked or frozen if we believe on reasonable grounds that making a Payment may be in breach of the law in Australia or any other country; you release us from all liability to you if we delay or block any transaction, or refuse to pay any money or do anything else affecting a transaction or Payment in the reasonable belief that a transaction or Payment would contravene any law in Australia or any other country You agree that you will not initiate, engage in or effect a transaction or Payment that may breach any law in Australia or any other country. If you do so, you indemnify us against any loss or liability we may incur which arises from such transaction or Payment. 4. Financial Difficulty If you ever experience financial difficulty you should inform us promptly. The earlier you do so the sooner we may be able to assist you. 5. Accounts 5.1 People s Choice Credit Union Accounts & Access Facilities Accounts & Access Facilities are facilities that give you transaction, savings and investment Accounts as well as facilities for accessing these Accounts, including: redicard; Visa Card; PayTag; redi2pay; Member Chequing; Auto Transfer Orders; BPAY (registered to BPAY Pty Ltd ABN ); Internet Banking; Phone Banking; EFTPOS and ATM access; Direct Debit and Direct Credit requests;
15 15. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Credit Card Monthly Transfer Payments; Regular Payments; SMS Banking; or Mobile Banking By opening an Account, you authorise us to permit you or any of the Member(s) linked to the Account (each an Authorised Person ) to: operate the Account; deposit money in the Account; negotiate any cheques in your name; draw and sign any cheques (including instructions to stop payment on a cheque); give authorities for Auto Transfer Orders; withdraw all or any moneys standing to the credit of the Account; obtain statements of the Account and any information concerning the Account generally; give a third party authority to a Third Party Operator to operate the Account; transfer funds from an Account held by you with us to Accounts held with other financial institutions; authorise bill Payments to registered Billers via BPAY ; and use any electronic or other means available to access or operate your Account, in accordance with these Terms & Conditions You indemnify us for any liability arising out of the use of the Account and as specified in clause 5.1.2, including where an Authorised Person acts without, or inconsistently with, your instructions. 5.2 Becoming a Member You will need to become a Member of the Credit Union before we can issue an Account or Access Facility to you. To become a Member, you will need to do everything we ask of you including, without limitation, complete a Membership application form and purchase a $2.00 share in the Credit Union which is fully refundable should you ever resign your Membership You can open an Account jointly with another person, so long as you are both Members of the Credit Union Memberships can also be opened for non-personal use, trusts, clubs and societies, but must be opened in the name of a separate legal entity. 5.3 Providing Proof of Identity The law requires us to verify your identity when you open an Account or Membership or when you become a Third Party Operator to an Account or Membership.
16 16. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions You agree to provide us with any documents we reasonably require from you in order for us to comply with our obligations under AML or any other relevant legislation. If you do not provide us with this information we may refuse to open an Account or Membership for you or allow you to become a Third Party Operator The regulations require all identification to be current and original documents or certified copies of the original documents, must be used. 5.4 Opening and Operating an Account You can open any combination of the Accounts & Access Facilities included in the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities Table subject to the eligibility requirements of each Account type. 5.5 Fees & Charges To find out more information about the current fees and charges applicable to our Accounts and Payment services, please refer to our Fees & Charges document We may vary fees or charges from time to time. Please see the Notification of Change Table for details of how and when we must notify you of any changes to those fees and charges. 5.6 Interest Rates To find out more information about the current interest rates applicable to our savings and investment Accounts and Payment services, please refer to our Transactions and Savings Interest Rates document We calculate interest on the closing daily credit balance of your savings and investment Account, unless otherwise indicated in the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities table. We may vary savings or investment interest rates from time to time. However, interest rates on investment Accounts remain fixed for the agreed term. You can obtain information about current savings and investment interest rates from us at any time or by visiting our Website If you have an approved overdraft facility, interest is calculated in accordance with the relevant loan contract you enter with us, and in accordance with the Lending Terms & Conditions. 5.7 Tax File Numbers and Taxation Interest earned on an Account is income and may be subject to income tax When you apply for an Account and/or Access Facility we will ask you for your Tax File Number or exemption.
17 17. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions We apply your Tax File Number to each Account and/or Access Facility. You are not obliged to disclose your Tax File Number to us. However, if you do not, and do not claim a valid exemption, we are obliged to deduct withholding tax from any interest you earn at the highest marginal taxation rate plus the Medicare levy rate. The withholding tax rate is set by the Government and may vary from time to time For a Joint Account, all holders must quote their Tax File Numbers and/or exemptions, otherwise withholding tax applies to the whole of the interest earned on the Joint Account For overseas residents, withholding tax may apply even though you have quoted us your Tax File Number For business Accounts and charities, you need only quote your ABN instead of your Tax File Number Your Tax File Number will be kept in accordance with the strict guidelines of the Privacy Act. 5.8 Joint Accounts A Joint Account is an Account in the name of more than one person The important legal consequences of holding a Joint Account are: the right of survivorship when one joint holder dies, the surviving joint holder(s) automatically take the deceased joint holder s interest in the Account; joint liability each joint holder(s) is individually liable for the full amount owing on the Joint Account. This means we can recover all money owing from one or more of the Accountholders as we choose You can operate a Joint Account on the basis of: all to sign ; or only one to sign ; or specific signing authority, eg: two of four joint holders to sign. All to sign means all joint holders must authorise any action on the Account, including closure of the Account. Only one to sign means any one joint holder can authorise any action on the Account, including closure of the Account. Specific signing authority means the instruction for a signing authority to be followed in regard to any action on the Account, including closure of the Account If the Joint Accountholders omit to indicate the signing authority on the Account, the Account will default to all to sign.
18 18. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions All Joint Accountholders must consent to the Joint Account being operated on an only one to sign basis. However, any one Joint Accountholder can alter this arrangement, making it all to sign If more than one signature is required this will limit the types of transactions you can perform. To perform transactions via Internet Banking or Phone Banking, or to perform transactions on a People s Choice Credit Union Online Account, the Account must be only one to sign. 5.9 Accounts Opened for Minors For minors under the age of 13: the Account can only be opened by the parent(s), legal guardian(s) or other adult(s) on behalf of the minor. For the avoidance of doubt, you acknowledge that any credit balance in the Account is the property of the minor; the person(s) who opened the Account may operate the Account as a Third Party Operator subject to the Account operating authority and the requirements of clause Where the Account operating authority stipulates only one to sign, Card access may be provided to the Third Party Operator where the Account permits Card access; the minor may only be given authority to operate the Account with the express, written consent of the Third Party Operator. where a minor is provided with authority to operate the Account, access will be limited to transactions performed at branches and Advice Centres. Card, PayTag, redi2pay, Phone Banking or Internet Banking access may only be provided to the minor with the express, written consent of the Third Party Operator and where the Account permits these access facilities; we do not recommend the provision of Card, PayTag, redi2pay, Phone Banking or Internet Banking access to minors, and you acknowledge that where such access is appropriately authorised by you, we will not accept any liability for any loss suffered as a result of the misuse of, or failure to protect, an Access Method by you or the minor; for Accounts opened in accordance with this clause, you acknowledge that unrestricted access to the Account (including the right to remove Third Party Operators) will be granted to the minor upon attaining 18 years of age and without further reference to the Third Party Operator/s at that time.
19 19. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions For minors aged 13 years and over: the minor may open and then operate that Account independently and without permission from a parent or legal guardian; where the Account is opened by a parent, legal guardian or other adult on behalf of the minor over the age of 13, but authority to access the Account has not been granted to the minor at the time of opening, the minor cannot operate the Account unless written consent is subsequently given by the Account opener or third party operator(s); Card (where the Account permits Card access and redicard only for Members under 16 years), Phone Banking and Internet Banking access is permitted without permission from a parent or legal guardian, if the minor has opened the Account themselves Overdraft facilities and Visa Credit Cards will not be provided to minors under the age of An adult third party operator is required for all Accounts opened on behalf of a minor We will only grant access to a minor upon the written consent of the third party operator(s) and where the minor is able to register a consistent specimen signature Where consent is given by you, as a third party operator, to a minor to operate an Account, you acknowledge responsibility for the conduct of that Account Trust Accounts You can open an Account as a trust Account. However: we are not taken to be aware of the terms of the trust; we do not have to verify that any transactions you carry out on the Account are authorised by the terms of the trust You agree to indemnify us against any claim made upon us in relation to, or arising out of, that trust Third Party Operators You may nominate another person or persons to operate your Account (a Third Party Operator ) by completing the relevant form, available at any of our branches or Advice Centres. Third Party Operators may be required to provide proof of identity as explained in clause By authorising a Third Party Operator to have access to your Account you are instructing us to allow the persons nominated to operate on your Account, without necessarily becoming a Member, in the following ways (please refer to table):
20 20. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Create a new Term Investment (excludes reinvesting to a new term) Give instructions as to where interest is to be paid on a Term Investment Withdraw all or any moneys outstanding to the credit of the Account Transfer funds between the Account and Accounts held with other financial institutions Initiate International Money Transfers which are debited to your Accounts if you are registered for IMT access Reinvest and add additional deposits to Term Investment Term Investment Redemptions Authorise bill Payments via BPAY Use any electronic or other means available to access or operate your Account Negotiate cheques in the Member's name if banked to Member s Account Give authority (new or altered) for transfer orders Give authority (new or altered) for direct debit and payroll. Obtain statements of the Account Draw, sign or provide instructions to stop payment on any cheque Change personal details of the Account owner Open or close an Account or Membership Apply for a loan or overdraft facility Authorise another person to be a third party operator on the Account. Third Party Operator to a Non-Minor Third Party Operator to a Minor Third Party Operator to Business X X X X N/A 3 X 3 3 X 3 3 X X 3 X You are responsible for all transactions your Third Party Operator carries out on your Account. You should ensure the person you authorise to operate on your Account/s is a person you trust fully.
21 21. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions You may revoke the Third Party Operator s authority at any time by giving us written notice We will comply with any notice given to us to revoke the Third Party Operator s authority within 48 hours of receiving the request We will not be liable for any transaction completed or purported to be completed (including any deductions from your Account) by a Third Party Operator prior to the expiry of the period set out in clause We are not liable for any loss or damage caused to you by Third Party Operators except where it arises from fraudulent or negligent conduct by our agent or employee or if we are liable under a statute or the epayments Code Deposits You can make deposits to the Account by any of the following methods, unless otherwise indicated in the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities Table: by cash or cheque at any branch or Advice Centre (please see clause 5.13 for more details regarding cheque deposits); by Direct Credit e.g. from your employer for wages or salary (please note that we can reverse a Direct Credit if we do not receive full value for the Direct Credit); by transfer from another Account with us; by transfer from another financial institution; or via if your Account is linked to a redicard or Visa Card Cheque deposits can be made using Express Deposit Envelopes at selected branches, but will not be processed until the next Business Day Under Australian law we are required to report all cash deposits or withdrawals of $10,000 or more. We may refuse to accept any cheque for deposit at our absolute discretion You may not deposit additional funds into a Term Investment Account at any time during the term of the investment. However, upon maturity of a Term Investment Account you may deposit additional funds at any time during the Grace Period. There is no minimum required amount for additional deposits Cheque Deposits You can only access the proceeds of a cheque when it has cleared. This usually takes three Business Days (or if the cheque deposit is via - up to 10 Business Days). The drawing bank has a right to request an additional day s clearance. Overseas cheques of
22 22. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions $10,000 or less may take up to 30 Business Days to clear, and overseas cheques of above $10,000 are cleared upon confirmation from Travelex for payment However, you can ask us for a special answer at the time of depositing the cheque for which we may charge a fee. Please refer to our Fees & Charges document for our current fee for special answers Cheques can normally only be deposited into the Account of the person or entity named as payee on the cheque. If you are depositing a cheque to your Account where you are not the person or entity named, ownership of the cheque must be transferred to you by having the payee sign the back of the cheque in the following manner: Please pay [your Account name], signed [payee s signature]. If we are not satisfied you are the rightful owner of the cheque (for any reason), in our sole discretion we may refuse to accept the deposit Withdrawals and Transfers You can make withdrawals from the Account by any of the following methods, unless otherwise indicated in the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities Table: over the counter at any of our branch or Advice Centres (please check the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities for any restrictions on withdrawals applying to certain Accounts or any applicable daily cash withdrawal limits); by Direct Debit or Auto Transfer Orders; by member cheque, if your Account is linked to a member cheque book; by Credit Union Corporate Cheque; via Internet Banking or Phone Banking; via BPAY to make a payment to a Biller; at selected ATMs, if your Account is linked to a redicard or Visa Card; via selected EFTPOS terminals, if your Account is linked to a redicard, Visa Card (note that Merchants may impose restrictions on withdrawing cash or using the credit option for Visa Debit Cards), PayTag or redi2pay; and via if your Account is linked to a redicard or Visa Card We may require acceptable proof of your identity before processing withdrawals in person or acceptable proof of your authorisation for other types of withdrawal transactions We will debit transactions received on any one day in the order we determine in our absolute discretion If you wish to perform a branch cash withdrawal in excess of $2,000 per Membership, you must provide us with a minimum of 24 hours notice prior to making
23 23. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions the withdrawal. Term Investment Account Withdrawals You may make a partial withdrawal of funds from your Term Investment Account once during the term of the investment, annually if the term of the investment is greater than one year or within the Grace Period, provided that you withdraw a minimum of $1,000, or if your balance is less than $1,000, withdraw all funds from your Term Investment Account. If you need to withdraw further funds from your Term Investment Account during the remainder of the term where the term of the Investment is one year or less, or within the same annual period for terms greater than one year, you will be required to withdraw all funds from and close your Term Investment Account If you withdraw all or part of your funds from the Term Investment Account prior to maturity (Early Redemption), we may charge you an Early Redemption fee. Please refer to our Fees & Charges document. You must give us not less than seven days notice if you wish to make an Early Redemption If a partial withdrawal during the term of the investment or within the Grace Period would cause the balance of your Term Investment Account to fall below the minimum balance required, you must redeem the Term Investment Account in full If you make a partial Early Redemption, the term applicable to the Term Investment Account and type of interest repayment applicable to the Term Investment Account will continue, however the interest rate payable will decrease if the remaining balance is less than the applicable minimum balance for your term and interest rate. The interest rate that will apply to the remainder of your fixed term will be the applicable interest rate at the time of partial redemption based on your remaining balance and original fixed rate term, but will be no greater than your original rate Maturity of Term Investment Accounts Prior to the end of your term for a Term Investment Account, you will receive a written notice from us advising you of your investment maturity date You must advise us of your requirements prior to expiry of the Grace Period. If we do not hear from you before expiry of the Grace Period, your funds will be automatically reinvested for the same term at the prevailing rate If your investment is automatically renewed and you wish to withdraw the funds prior to the new maturity date, the withdrawal will be treated as an Early
24 24. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions Redemption as explained in clause If you perform a full redemption during the Grace Period, we will not pay you any interest for the Grace Period including the maturity date Corporate Cheques You may request us to issue a corporate cheque, payable to the person you nominate, for a fee, as explained in the Fees & Charges document. A corporate cheque is similar to a bank cheque, but may not be treated as such by all third parties. A bank cheque can be organised for an additional charge. Please refer to the Fees & Charges document for applicable fees If a corporate cheque is lost or stolen, you can ask us to stop payment on it. You will need to complete a form giving us evidence of the loss or theft of the cheque. You will also have to give us an indemnity the indemnity protects us if someone else claims that you wrongfully directed us to stop the cheque We cannot stop payment on our corporate cheque if you used the cheque to buy goods or services and you are not happy with them. We are not responsible for any defects with goods or services you buy with our corporate cheque. You acknowledge that all complaints about goods and services must be addressed to the relevant supplier Overdrawing an Account You are responsible for maintaining, in the Account to be drawn on, sufficient cleared funds to cover all Payments (and any other drawings) on the day(s) you have nominated for Payment or, if the Account has a credit facility, there must be sufficient available credit for that purpose. You should take particular care where you have scheduled Payments to occur on a future date You can apply to have an overdraft facility attached to Accounts as specified in the Summary of Accounts & Access Facilities Table Your application for an overdraft facility will be subject to our usual lending criteria. If we approve your application for an overdraft, the facility will be subject to additional terms and conditions that will be provided to you as part of the loan contract If you have an Account that does not have an approved overdraft limit and you request us to debit funds which would overdraw your Account, we may treat your request as a request that we extend credit which we may decline or accept at our absolute discretion.
25 25. Accounts & Access Facilities Terms & Conditions If you have an Account that has an approved overdraft limit and you request us to debit funds which would exceed your Credit Limit, we may treat your request as a request that we temporarily increase your available credit which we may decline or accept at our absolute discretion. Unless otherwise agreed, our acceptance of such a request does not permanently change your approved limit If we accept a request under paragraph or , it is your responsibility to restore your Account to a credit balance or your credit facility to within the approved limit immediately, or contact us and make the appropriate arrangements. We reserve the right to charge interest at either our personal overdraft rate or unsecured business overdraft rate, calculated on the daily closing balance until your Account returns to credit or your credit facility is brought within the approved limit, and/or to collect recovery costs or transfer funds from any of your other Accounts to make your Account compliant. Our current personal overdraft rate and unsecured business overdraft rate can be accessed via our website Your obligation to pay interest under this clause as explained above is an independent and collateral obligation and applies to all amounts outstanding to us, including any amounts outstanding to us by virtue of any court judgment or order that may be awarded against you if you do not repay your debt(s) to us in accordance with these Terms & Conditions. This obligation does not merge in any court judgment or order, and applies even if the total amount of the court judgment or order is expressed to include interest owed by you to us. If any liability owed by you under these Terms & Conditions nonetheless becomes merged in a court judgment or order, then you must, as an independent obligation, pay interest to us on the amount of that liability, calculated and debited in accordance with your obligation to us as set out in these Terms & Conditions, from the date it becomes payable until the date it is paid At our absolute discretion, we may apply the balance of your credit funds in any other Account towards the repayment of any debt that you owe to us (ie by combining Accounts). We have the right to close your Account when we exercise our right to combine Accounts in this manner. Where we exercise our right to combine Accounts, we will notify you promptly If your account is overdrawn, we may send you notifications by mobile phone text message. You may advise us that you wish to opt out of such notifications.
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