Introducing Mobile Notifications
You can now receive alerts as notifications which are displayed on the lock or home screen of your mobile device. This is a new feature through the mobile banking app in addition to SMS and email alerts.
There are several different alerts to help you track your finances, such the Credit Card Repayment Reminder Alert - get a reminder before your payment is due to help avoid late payment fees. If you have a Bank of Melbourne account, you can also pay your credit card by tapping ‘pay’ directly from the mobile notification.
What are notifications?
Notifications ‘pop up’ on your mobile and are sent from the mobile banking app. They are free of charge. Notifications display with other updates from apps on your phone as shown in the picture (left).
Tip: Missed an alert? By setting-up Quick Zone you will get access to the notifications centre which will allow you to access up to 30 past alerts.
Balance - keep an eye over your account balance through our regular notifications
Low Balance - Get notified when you balance is below a certain amount
High Balance - Get notified when your balance reaches your target value. Time to set new goals!
Deposits - Get notified when your salary is credited, a friend pays you back, etc.
Withdrawal - Keep a track on your important account deductions like rent, loan instalments etc.
Dishonour - Get notified whenever your account has been overdrawn by cheque, direct debits or periodical payments
Credit Card Repayment Reminder - Get reminders whenever your credit card payment is due and avoid late fee charges.
How to set-up:
- From your Mobile Banking app home page, tap the Services icon.
- Tap on ‘Notifications and alerts’
- Choose the alerts you would like to receive
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1Alerts or notifications may not reach your mobile device due to the requirements or limitations of the communications network or system, outages or due to factors beyond our control. Alerts services may without notice to you be suspended or terminated