Where can I pay my Woolworths credit card bill?
Macquarie Bank is the issuer of Woolworths credit cards, and gives cardholders many ways to make repayments.
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Where can I pay my Woolworths credit card bill?
You can pay off your Woolworths credit card in any of the following ways:
|Direct debit||You can authorise direct debits to come from an approved Australian transaction or savings account.|
|Woolworths Money App||Tap the "Home" icon and choose the 'Pay Bill' option to pay your credit card bill from your smartphone.|
|BPAY||You can use a nominated transaction or savings accounts to make repayments via BPAY. The BPAY biller code for Woolworths credit cards is 17574, and your credit card number serves as the customer reference number.|
|Cheque||You have the option of mailing out a cheque along with a corresponding payment slip to the address listed on your credit card statement.|
Woolworths and Macquarie Bank may update these payment methods from time to time, so check your credit card statement for current options.
What else should I consider when paying my Woolworths credit card bill?
Using a Woolworths credit card requires that you make timely repayments, so it’s important that you consider the following factors.
- Woolworths Money app. You can manage your Woolworths credit card directly through this app, including a quick-view option if you want to check your balance. You can also view, email or download eStatements that include details of your outstanding balance, payment due date and payment options.
- Processing time. The repayments you make toward your credit card account will not show up in your account immediately. It can take several days for the transaction to be processed, so don’t wait until your due date to make your repayments.
- No repayments from overseas accounts. You can only make repayments from Australian-issued accounts.
- Payments in foreign currency. You have to make payments in Australian dollars, unless Macquarie Bank agrees to vary this condition. If the bank accepts a payment in a foreign currency, it will convert it to Australian dollars based on the standard exchange rate at the time of the transaction.
- Direct debits. If you’re setting up direct debits, it is your responsibility to ensure that the nominated account has sufficient funds on the date of the scheduled transfer. If you have insufficient funds in your account, you could have to pay a direct debit dishonour fee to your financial institution as well as to Macquarie Bank.
Paying your Woolworths credit card bill is easy with so many different options available. If you’re thinking of getting a Woolworths credit card, or already have one and want to make a change, comparing a range of other options will help you find the right card for you - and give you just as many payment methods.
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