What do all the numbers on my ASB Bank account mean, what are they used for?
Each of the numbers on your ASB account has a very good reason for being there. Let’s break it down and explain by segments.
BB: This is the bank you hold the account with eg 12 means your account is with ASB.
OOOO: This number represents the branch where your account is held.
XXXXXXX: This is your unique account number.
SS: This is your account suffix. Different products have different suffixes to keep them separate from each other. For example the suffix code range for savings accounts is 50 to 60.
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