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With Osko, you don't need to do a thing. Osko payments are made within your online banking, typically built into the ‘Pay Anyone’ section. If you see Osko at the end of your next bank transfer or in your transaction history, you'll know your money has been sent or received fast, no matter the time or day! Check to see if your bank offers Osko and enjoy the benefits of fast payments.
You can make Osko payments to either a PayID or a BSB and Account Number depending on the bank. A PayID allows customers to register an easy-to-remember piece of information, such as a phone number or email address to use in place of a BSB and Account Number. Find out more about PayID.
Just ask the person you want to pay if their bank offers Osko Payments. Then you can ask for their PayID (if they don’t have one get them to set one up!), or BSB and Account Number. Search to see if a bank offers Osko. Too easy!
Relax. Osko is implemented using your bank’s own security standards together with the best industry standards and is backed by BPAY, so you know it's safe.
Osko and BPAY are both found within your online banking platforms. Osko sends transfers fast between participating banks, which is perfect for when you need to get a fast payment over to someone. On the other hand, BPAY is a bill payment method that allows you to pay and manage bills easily from the security of your online banking. For more information, visit BPAY.
We're sorry to hear! From time to time your bank may experience technical difficulties which can cause delays in sending or receiving Osko payments. As Osko payments are made within your online banking, please contact your bank directly if you need more information.