Financial services

Deposit funds or get cash from your Kiwibank, TSB Bank or KB Kookmin Bank accounts at any of our 320 local PostShop stores nationwide.

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Kiwibank

All Kiwibank banking services are available at your local PostShop/ KiwiBank.

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TSB Bank

If you are a TSB Bank customer you can deposit money into your account or make EFTPOS withdrawals at selected local PostShop stores outside the Taranaki region. There are no minimum or maximum deposit amounts.

Cheques are accepted payable to the name pre-printed on the deposit slip, New Zealand Post, TSB Bank Limited, TSB Bank Visa, TSB Visa, or cash.

Phone: 0508 872 2265

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KB Kookmin Bank

KB Kookmin Bank is the largest bank in Korea and has a New Zealand branch based in Auckland. If you are a KB Kookmin Bank customer simply bring in your KB Kookmin Bank card and you can deposit funds into your account at your local PostShop.

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Terms and conditions

Visa Interchange Rates

Effective 16 April 2011

Visa Interchange Rates applied to Consumer New Zealand Post Prepaid Visa Card transactions.

Interchange category Issuer rate
Strategic Merchant Electronic Rate 0.39%
Strategic Merchant Standard Rate 0.98%
Charities 0.39%
Industry Program – Government and Utilities NZ$0.70
Industry Program – Insurance NZ$1.00
Recurring Payment Standard Rate 0.70%
Electronic Rate 0.60%
Standard Rate (Card Not Present and Paper) 1.25%

For more information, please visit the Visa websiteOpens in a new window. .

Deposits and withdrawals are subject to individual PostShop discretion.

New Zealand Post Limited is a member of Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR) in relation to its financial services. FDR is an independent scheme to help consumers and financial service providers resolve disputes and is free for consumers to use.

From 16 June 2013, when making a cash Bill Payment of $10,000 and over, or multiple Bill Payments that cumulatively amount to $10,000 or over, you will be required to bring valid identification with you to your local PostShop. Visit nzpost.co.nz/id-requirements for acceptable forms of ID.