How do I dispute a transaction on my credit card that I don't recognise?

Last Updated: 29 May 2018

If there's a charge you don’t recognise on your credit card and you want to dispute it, we recommend you do a little research to determine whether or not it's legitimate. Sometimes merchants bill under a different name, some common merchants are:

  • TWL (The Warehouse).
  • EziDebit (Used by a number of gyms eg Jett's).
  • Epoch (Third party billing site for dating and adult websites).
  • ACC EPathway (Auckland City Council – Dog registration / LIM report paid online).
  • ACNewcoreOnline (Auckland Council - Rate payments/Dog Rego etc).
  • Ezipay (Caci Clinic, ABC Learning daycare, Ashley and Martin (Hair regrowth clinic); Anytime Fitness). 
  • NZME (NZ Herald). 
  • Ezifitness Centres (Part of Ezidebit and charges for OpenAir Gymsports and Cheerleading centres amongst others).

If you've spotted an error with a transaction (e.g. an incorrect value or you were charged twice) or if you've got a dispute with a merchant (e.g. you didn't receive your purchase or you received damaged goods) then contact the merchant directly to resolve the issue. Do the same if you notice you're still being charged for a subscription or membership that you've cancelled.

If you still need to dispute a transaction please fill in the notification of disputed transaction(s) form then scan and email it to carddisputes@asb.co.nz, or drop it into any ASB branch. You need to notify us in writing within 30 days of the closing date on your statement (otherwise we may not have time to dispute the transaction for you). We'll get back to you within 30 days from the date you lodge a disputed transaction. 

If your credit card has been stolen, you can cancel and replace it via the ASB Mobile Banking app or in FastNet Classic internet banking. If you have ASB Card Control in the ASB Mobile app you should temporarily lock your card immediately if you notice a suspicious or unauthorised transaction.

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