Now that you've set up your recurring order, you will have to set up a recurring deposit with your bank in order for this one to execute.

When using the NAB app to set up this recurring deposit:

  1. Select the account you want to pay from.

  2. Select Pay.

  3. Select Pay anyone.

  4. Choose Swyftx from your existing Payee list or for a new payee select BSB & Acc.

  5. For a new payee, enter their BSB and account number and click continue.

  6. Enter the amount and description and select Pay when.

  7. Select Recurring to set up the regular payment.

When using NAB Internet Banking to set up this deposit:

  1. Select the Funds transfer menu.

  2. Select Pay anyone.

  3. Select the account you want to pay from.

  4. Select an existing payee or enter the payees account name, BSB, and account number.

  5. Enter the amount and description details.

  6. At section 4, select Periodic transfer to set up the regular payment.

The account details that you are looking to send the funds to have been outlined on the recurring orders page as shown below.

Furthermore, you will have to add the amount you are looking to deposit and reference to use for this order, as outlined in the same area shown in the above image on the recurring order page.

When you select the "recurring" option to set up the regular payment, this will allow you to set the frequency with which you intend to make this deposit and execute the recurring order. Here you can select a Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly, etc. basis of options for this one to execute and the date on which these ones should begin below this.

(Please note, the reference used must be only the reference and no extra characters or words ie. if reference is XHE73E, then the reference entered on your bank's withdrawal page must be 'XHE73E' not 'XHE73e Swyftx' or anything other than the reference provided. Please make sure to double check this as if the reference is not exact then the deposit will come through as a regular bank deposit instead of a recurring order).

Further Questions?

If you have any further questions, or would like a hand navigating the recurring order or recurring deposits process, please don't hesitate to get in touch via live-chat.

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