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Keep track of your spending

Use Quick Balance in the Bank of Melbourne App to check balances, recent transactions and make transfers.



How it works

Step 1.
Open the Bank of Melbourne App and tap 'Set up' on the Quick Balance tile on the home screen

Step 2.
Logon and select the accounts (up to 3) you would like to display

Step 3.
If you'd like to be able to view your last 10 transactions, tap ‘Account settings’, tap the account, and toggle “Recent Transactions”. Tap ‘Done’



Why use Quick Balance?

Last 10 transactions

Use Quick Balance to see your last 10 transactions from the last 14 days. It's a great way to quickly check your recent activity and keep track of your spending

No logon needed

Use Quick Balance to check your balances without logging on

Quick transfer

Quick Balance also allows you to transfer money on the spot, between selected accounts. To transfer, simply drag and drop between accounts and authorise the payment using your security number or fingerprint



Have everything you need?

You'll need to be registered for Internet Banking before logging onto the Bank of Melbourne App to use this feature. 

Can’t remember your login details? Find your Customer Access Number or reset your security code and password online before you get started.

Download the Bank of Melbourne App



Quick Balance FAQs

Here are the answers to frequently asked questions about using Quick Balance.

Mobile Banking

Learn more about how to get the most out of the Bank of Melbourne App.

The Detail

Read the Internet and Phone Banking Terms and Conditions (PDF 498KB) at before making a decision and consider whether the product is right for you.

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