Manage your home loan, savings and everyday accounts online with myRAMS
Your security is important to RAMS. If you believe your myRAMS Internet security has been breached or is at risk, or you have lost your mobile with myRAMS mobile enabled, please contact RAMS immediately on 13 7267.
RAMS can be contacted between 7:00 am and 11:00 pm (AEST) 7 days a week. If you're calling from outside of Australia, please call us on +612 9647 6967.
If you’d like to learn more about security and ways to protect yourself online, please visit myRAMS Frequently Asked Questions.
To keep your information secure, we recommend that you update your password regularly so that it makes life difficult for would-be attackers or fraudsters.
Change your password by selecting 'Your name" from the top right navigation. Select 'Manage credentials' and click on 'Update your password'.
You’ll then be asked to enter your existing
password, a new password and a confirmation of your new password.
To view your activity history click on your name in the menu and click on ‘Activity history’ sub menu
This will show you all your myRAMS activity history including Authentication, Move money, Scheduled Move money.
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With myRAMS, SMS Security is mandatory to make certain changes including:
If you've already registered for SMS security, your mobile number should appear on the SMS Security page. To register for SMS Security, please call us on 13 RAMS that's 13 7267 between 7.00am and 11.00pm (AEST) 7 days a week. If you're calling from outside of Australia, please call us on +612 9647 6967.
Identity theft is on the increase in Australia. It can take many forms, from your entire identity being used to open accounts, obtain loans, and conduct other illegal activities.
Here are some simple strategies to help protect your financial identity:
Security code uses your mobile phone to confirm certain transactions via text
message when transacting using myRAMS. It's quick, simple and provides you with
increased security, free of charge.
Updating your operating system on a regular basis is the first line of defence
in keeping your computer secure. Updates (see if they can be
automated) help prevent data loss, viruses and other potential risks. Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS
are the most common operating systems.
3rd party security software could be considered. The links below are
provided for convenience and do not represent endorsement by RAMS.
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