CUA Online & Mobile Banking, iM CUA, Telebanker and CUA Online Applications will be offline from 1.00 am to 7.30 am AEST on Sunday 18 April. Our team is conducting scheduled maintenance.
Digital banking is banking made easy
- Manage your accounts quickly and simply.
- Manage all your payments and bills in one place.
- Safe and secure login, for peace of mind.
- Transfer money, make payments and pay bills fast.
- View your transactions and check balances.
- Safe and secure login.
Tap and pay with your phone
Chat banking when it suits you with our iM CUA app
See how easy it is to chat banking from anywhere when it suits you with our iM CUA app. Our award-winning app lets you choose the CUA Personal Banker of your choice and chat to a real human, not a ‘bot’. It’s perfect if you can’t get to a branch, call or just want to cross things off your to-do list.
Digital banking it’s more secure than you think
When it comes to digital banking, security is key. In fact, digital banking can be more secure than other, more traditional methods of banking. So why then, are there so many misconceptions regarding scams and the security of Mobile and Online banking, Tap & Pay and the New Payments Platform (NPP)?
How to shop without cash or touching the EFTPOS machine
We’re all adjusting to life in the ‘new normal’ of isolation and social distancing. And while regular hand sanitising and limiting contact with others are some of the ways to minimise the risk of contracting COVID-19, we still have to leave home to shop for life’s necessities. So how can we do it without putting our health at risk?
Aussies reach for their smartphones at the checkout instead of their wallets
Each day seems to bring new innovations that make life that little bit easier. One that millions of people around the world are embracing is the ability to make purchases in stores with a smartphone, instead of a wallet.
Online security tips
Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter are a great way to keep in touch with family, friends and work colleagues. However, a few social posts could give away enough personal information to put your privacy at risk and open yourself up to identity theft and scams.