BSB 806 015

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BSB 806 015

Open Budgeting Account

Thanks for choosing to open an account with P&N Bank.

We are a member-owned bank and as a member you will be able to vote and have a say in the future direction and growth of our company, as well as attend our Annual General Meetings.

To apply for an account online you must:

  • be an individual
  • be 18 years of age
  • be an Australian resident with a current Australian residential address, and
  • have two forms of identification - either an Australian Drivers Licence or Australian Passport plus Medicare card.

By opening an account and accepting the terms and conditions:

  • You are applying for a share to become a member of Police & Nurses Limited (P&N Bank) ACN 087 651 876. You acknowledge that a call may be made for payment of the share subscription price of $10 by P&N Bank at any time and you will have 14 days to satisfy that call. You acknowledge and agree that P&N Bank may deduct $10 from your P&N Bank account to satisfy any call. You acknowledge that if you attempt to pay the subscription price for your share before a call is made any funds received by P&N Bank will be returned to you. You understand that if you become a member, you will be bound by the Constitution of P&N Bank. 
  • You are agreeing that you are authorised to provide personal information required to apply for a P&N Bank account.
  • You have read and agree to the terms of the Privacy Statement and Consent, which includes consent to P&N verifying your identity electronically with document issuers.
  • You acknowledge any advice given is general advice and does not take into consideration your personal circumstances.
  • You agree that P&N may contact you by phone, email, SMS and/or any other electronic form of communication regarding this application.

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