Did you know you can view all your pending and completed transactions at a glance in Online Banking?
Any pending transactions will need to be fully processed before we can help you raise a dispute. It usually takes 3-5 days to process a transaction however it can take 10 business days or longer in some instances.
We will do our best to help you with your enquiries but only the business or merchant can resolve the following:
For extra control and security over your account you can put a lock on your Greater Bank Visa Credit or Debit Card in Online Banking or via the App.
If at any time you suspect fraud on your account, you should contact us immediately.
Some issues can be resolved faster by contacting the business or merchant directly.
If the business or merchant can’t help, call us as soon as possible. If you don’t we may lose any chargeback rights we have under the Visa and eftpos scheme rules. Different rules apply to unauthorised transactions which are regulated by the ePayments Code.
Check out the code in full on the ASIC website.
As part of our investigation, we may ask you for documents that support your dispute.
Before you contact us, gather receipts, bank statements, photographs of the item if it’s not as described and the business or merchant’s contact details.
All unauthorised payWave and Online transactions* performed in Australia must be reported to Police, in person or by phoning the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
* Online transactions $300 and over must be reported to Police. Online transactions under $300 can be reported online via the Australian Cyber Security Centre. To report a crime go to www.cyber.gov.au/report
Refer to the handy table below to determine which form to complete. It’s important to complete the correct form, as missing or incomplete information can delay or determine the outcome of a dispute.
|Reasons for dispute
|Authorised Card Transaction
|Unauthorised Card Transaction
|ATM Incident Form
|Merchant not recognised
|Goods not received or not described
|Merchant authority for automatic payments cancelled/attempted to cancel*
|Overseas ATM Withdrawal - incorrect payment of funds
|Unauthorised use - cardholder did not authorise transaction
|ATM withdrawal within Australia (incorrect payment of funds)
Note: Attempts must be made to contact the merchant to cancel an automatic payment prior to the transaction date before lodging a dispute. We will need to stop the card and issue you a new card to guarantee payments will no longer be deducted.
We’ll resolve your issue as quickly as possible.
For all unauthorised transactions, we’ll immediately stop your card to protect your account from further fraudulent activity and send you a new one.
We’ll send you written acknowledgement of your dispute and send updates every step of the way.
If your dispute is successful the money will be credited to your account.
How soon this happens depends on the type of dispute and whether your claim is challenged by the merchant. Some disputes can take up to 45 days.