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7 digits to 9 digits

Posted by marvsh3r marvsh3r
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i need to transfer funds to my bankwest account but it only have 7 digits while the other bank needs 9 digits account number. so do i just add 00 to the current 7 digits?
for example: 0336150 becomes 000336150?
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Re: 7 digits to 9 digits

Posted by LyndsC LyndsC
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Hi @marvsh3r, yes if you put two 0's before the start of the account number the funds should still come through to your account Smiley Happy

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