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Important changes to CUA members’ usage of rediATMs

 

The way in which we all access and use cash is changing. With online and mobile banking, tap and pay with your mobile and the New Payments Platform (NPP) that lets you send and receive money instantly, you can do your banking easily and securely anywhere, anytime.

What’s changing?

From 1 October 2018, CUA will exit the rediATM network and reinvest into other member initiatives. Members choosing to withdraw from a rediATM (except NAB rediATMs) from 1 October will incur a $2.50 usage fee.

Where can I withdraw cash for free?

You now have free access to over 10,000 ATMs Australia-wide provided by Commonwealth Bank, NAB, ANZ and Westpac, compared to the CUA ATM network of 3,000 ATMs.

Plus, rediATM at the following CUA branches will be rebranded to new-look CUA ATMs and will continue to be free with a CUA card:

Queensland

New South Wales

Victoria

Browns Plains

Blacktown

Bundoora

Bundaberg

Ambarvale (Macarthur square)

Dandenong

Cairns

Hornsby

Ringwood (Eastland)

Capalaba

Parramatta

Epping

Carindale

Shellharbour

Werribee

CUA Head Office – Brisbane CBD

Figtree (Westfield)

Melbourne CBD (William Street)

Gladstone

Sydney CBD (York Street)

Airport West

Loganholme

  

Maroochydore

  

Maryborough

  

Morayfield

  

Rockhampton

  

Toowoomba

  

You’ll also have the following options:

  • Free cash out at supermarkets and participating retailers with purchases
  • 3,500 Australia Post outlets which offer Bank@Post services (free for members withdrawing from Everyday Youth, Everyday, Everyday 55+ and Everyday Business accounts)

To join the hundreds of thousands of CUA members already using our digital services to manage their money on the go, click here

Alternatively, drop in to your nearest CUA branch today.

Feb 26, 2019 | Found in: news, mediarelease,
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