MyNews Feb 2019 Reliance Bank

Card Limit Changes Eftpos limits were applied when Redicards were introduced back in the 1980’s. Since then we have transitioned to VISA Debit Cards and the daily limit has lost relevance. Effective 26 February 2019, we are making changes to our daily limits as shown below: Eftpos daily limit change from $1,000 per day to the account balance. ATM Cash daily limit change from $1,000 to $2,000. (Note, limits are per card per day.)

BCUB Youth Off The Streets

Supporting our community

We love doing what we can for a range of different events, charities, organisations and causes and look forward to continuing this work into the new year. Above and below are some highpoints of our participation in 2018.

We always look for ways we can help and participate in creating a better community for everyone. Having a strong sense of social responsibility is central to our business philosophy through providing meaningful and relevant contributions to our community.

Protecting yourself from scams Is the Australian Taxation Office really calling you?

BCUB Bankstown Youth Awards

BCUB White Ribbon 2018

Reliance Bank Rally Team

Always remember, your Bank will: n  Never ask for your Internet Banking login details or credit card details via phone or email n  Never use email to send you a link to an Internet Banking login page n  Never ask you to communicate your passwords to us in any form Unfortunately, scammers see opportunities whenever money is involved, and they will always seek new ways to steal and commit fraud. At Unity Bank, rest assured that your financial wellbeing is always our top priority along with the security and safety of your banking. There are more tips available to help you build a better defence against scammers. There are some good practices and simple actions that may reduce personal information being compromised. Check out for more tips to keep you and your family safe from scammers.

We are seeing an increased number of reports of scammers contacting Members pretending to be from the ATO and claiming that there are outstanding tax debts and threatening Members with arrest if the debt is not paid immediately. Scammers are impersonating your favourite businesses or even the police and the ATO. They want to gain access to your computer and steal money or banking information. It is important to remember that a legitimate caller will NEVER: n Threaten you with arrest n Demand immediate payment, particularly through unusual means such credit cards or accessing your bank account n Refuse to allow you to speak with a trusted advisor You can avoid becoming a victim of scammers by knowing how to protect your information and your devices. Learning more on the scams that are being used can empower you to avoid being caught.

BCUB Bankstown Hospital Children’s Ward Christmas Visit

Unity, Reliance & BCUB City to Surf

Reliance Bank Carols By Candlelight

Maritime Super is the largest industry fund for the maritime industry

Helping members make the most of their super with: ƒ Profit-for-members philosophy, run only for the benefit of members ƒ Competitive fees

ƒ Range of investment options with solid long-term investment performance ƒ Financial advice provided on a fee-for-service basis and no commissions ƒ Range of pension options

The mining community’s super fund, for over 75 years. Visit

1800 757 607

Refer to our PDS for more information

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