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Topic # 193437 10-Mar-2016 22:45
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Does anyone have a list of banks and the way to find their bill payee forms?


I have seen a bank's form which a business can use to submit their reference formats. So if a customer of that bank tries to use internet banking to pay the business, the internet banking transfer form can mandate rules about the reference such as "Must be 7 digits" etc before they will process the payment no matter what bank it goes to.


I understand each bank has their own form which the business must fill out - so am looking for a list or a way to find them all that might be quicker than googling. As a non-kiwibank customer for example, i dont know what they call the function in their internet banking of paying a business that has registered billing info with kiwibank. BNZ calls it "Pay bills"

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  Reply # 1510985 10-Mar-2016 23:29
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Most of the banks have online banking walkthroughs:

ANZ: Pay & transfer --> Pay a person or bill
ASB: Payments --> Bill Payments

Those are the 2 I know off the top of my head.

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  Reply # 1511026 11-Mar-2016 06:41
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You could try asking your bank to sort it out, might be quicker and easier.

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  Reply # 1511096 11-Mar-2016 09:39
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Are you asking about what it's called for the customer, or what the register-my-business form is called?


If you're asking about the business form, the Kiwibank one is here, and it says they'll "register you with all the other banks" (so may be Kiwibank business banking customers only.)

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  Reply # 1511105 11-Mar-2016 10:05
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Best to get this info direct from the horse's mouth, so call each bank's internet banking teams. Bear in mind, that often the personal and business banking GUIs are different.

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