Keeping you safe in the digital economy

Since 1984, we have been keeping Australians safe, bringing unsurpassed security to digital payments with best practice security technologies.

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Low card fraud rates*
Good for Australia
A reliable Australian payments network
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Best in class security technology

Unauthorised transaction?

Dodgy-looking merchant? Duplicated transaction? If something looks not quite right, call the bank that issued your eftpos card right away. Your bank will work with you to resolve the issue.

Your security is our business

With more and more money changing hands online, digital security has never been so important.
Here’s how eftpos makes sure your info and transactions are kept safe and sound.

Card details are kept safe

eftpos payments are tokenised (in other words, debit card numbers are replaced with unique digital identifiers known as a payment tokens). This means payment info isn’t shared with third parties, and details stay safe.

Instant identity verification

With connectID, customers can verify their identity easily without compromising their security. Expecting to launch soon, providing a trusted, reliable identity network that makes verifying who you are an intuitive, frictionless process.

Protection against fraudsters

eftpos are continuing to develop additional layers of security to make the payment authentication experience even safer giving customers greater peace of mind.

Get in touch

Do you have a question or need a hand? We’re right here to help.


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*Based on industry figures as provided by Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet), Industry effort drives continued decline in card fraud, December 2020).