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Bank post boxes for payments to close

From 1 November 2017, you will no longer be able to use a bank post box to deposit payment orders. This means that acceptgiro payments and transfer forms can no longer be handed in at our branches. We have decided to close the post boxes because more and more customers are managing their banking online. See the options below for the easiest way to make acceptgiro payments and transfers.


Making payments using Internet Banking or the Mobile Banking app

There are many benefits to managing your banking using Internet Banking or the Mobile Banking app. For example, you can now make a simple transfer from the comfort of your own home. What's more, you can manage your banking wherever and whenever you want, even in the evening and at weekends. It is also much quicker and much cheaper to transfer money online than by post.

Makkelijk betalen en overmaken via Internet Bankieren of Mobiel.

Making an online transfer

  • Log in to Internet Banking or the Mobile Banking app.
  • Select the current account you would like to use to make the transfer.
  • Click the yellow ‘new transfer’ button.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions.
  • Send the order. You will sometimes need your debit card and e.dentifier to make a transfer.

Making an acceptgiro payment online

  • If you have a tablet or an iOS or Android smartphone, you can easily scan and send acceptgiros with an IBAN. The amount, account number and payment reference are automatically entered on the payment screen, so there’s no need to copy anything.
  • To make an acceptgiro payment using Internet Banking, simply fill in the acceptgiro payment reference on the transfer screen.


Sending your payment order by PostNL

If you would rather make a transfer or acceptgiro payment in paper form, you can do so by using the ABN AMRO envelopes and posting them in a PostNL post box (no stamp required). This is cheaper than using your own non-prepaid envelope. The address is: 

P.O. Box 77777