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Changes to ATM scheme

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Written by Tahlia Johnson

Changes to SWSCU ATM network


Where can I find a Fee-Free ATM?

SWSCU members can now make fee free withdrawals from over 10,000 ATM’s Australia wide operated by ANZ, CBA, NAB, Westpac and a number of smaller banks.

What is happening to rediATM’s?

The owner of the rediATM scheme is currently scaling back the number of rediATM machines it owns. It is anticipated that the rediATM network will drop to around only 1,000 rediATM’s Australia wide by mid 2019 as the rediATM scheme winds back.

What does this mean for SWSCU’s rediATM machines?

From March 2019 SWSCU will no longer be a part of the rediATM network and its ATM’s will be closed in all areas where members have access to a number of alternate fee free ATM’s. West Wyalong is the only SWSCU location where an ATM will remain in branch due to limited other fee free ATM options in that area; however this machine will no longer be a rediATM.

How can I be sure I won’t be charged a fee?

When using any ATM, if a fee is to be charged by the ATM owner the fee will be disclosed upfront allowing you the option not to proceed with the transaction.

Will my Visa Card still work at rediATM’s?

Yes, your card will still work in a rediATM; however you may be charged a transaction fee by the machine owner from March 2019.

How else can I access my cash?

As well as using one of the 10,000 plus fee free ATM’ s available to our members, SWSCU’s members can access their funds as always over the counter, or through eftpos terminals at a number of retailers.

Where can I change my PIN from March 2019?

Members can come into any branch to change their PIN. However it is anticipated that from June 2019 members will be able to change their PIN through their Internet banking and SWSCU’s App.

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Android App Update

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Written by Brady Kenny

We have recenty released an update to the Android version of the SWSCU App. If you are experiencing any issued please make sure that you have the latest version installed on your device. The new App was release to meet new industry standards and as such the look and feel will remain the same.  We trust that you are enjoying the App and a reminder that new card management tools are available inside both the Apple and Android versions. Please contact one of our friendly staff on 02 6384 1111 if you have any questions.

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Mobile banking on the go

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Written by Kylie Denniss

Freedom to bank anywhere. Our Mobile Banking App is available to download from the App Store and Google Play today. It is FREE for members.

The SWSCU App provides a secure and convenient way to bank 24/7.

With the SWSCU App you can:

- Get quick account balance with a single tap

- Transfer funds and pay bills

- Manage payees

- View transactions

- Locate nearest ATM

- View interest rates and products

- Unlock and lock a card

- Use calculators

- Apply online

- Set up future and recurring payments



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What is financial planning?

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Written by SWSCU

The aim of financial planning is more than just managing your savings and investments. It’s about helping you plan for a future lifestyle that is as good as it can possibly be. You work hard so why not make sure your money is working as hard as you are.

Whether you are in your carefree 20s, consolidating 30s, comfortable 40s or cruising 50s, the advice of a professional financial planner can be critical in helping you achieve your financial goals by developing a strategy that will work for you.

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SWSCU in the news

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Written by SWSCU

SWSCU proudly supports Young Rugby League and was recently thrilled to present a cheque to the Under 16's team.

The cheque was presented to Robert Bush by South West Slopes Credit Union manager Andrew Jones.

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