Heritage understands that life can take unexpected turns. For this reason, we have developed policies and processes to assist members with their mortgage loans, personal loans and credit cards in times of financial hardship.
If you are having difficulty meeting your financial commitments please contact our Collections team. They'll discuss your circumstances discreetly and provide a solution to help you through this tough time.
Alternatively, to apply for Hardship relief, please complete the Hardship Relief form and return to Heritage. When the form is received, Heritage will contact you to discuss your application further.
Heritage Bank is offering a helping hand to people facing financial impacts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We understand the extensive impact the current situation is having on jobs and small businesses, and we want our members to talk to us if they need assistance. We’ve put together a package of COVID-19 relief measures and have established a dedicated team to deal individually with affected members.
We appreciate that everyone’s circumstances are different, so we have developed a range of assistance measures we can make available.
The relief package for COVID-19 pandemic impacted members includes:
If you are financially impacted by COVID-19 please reach out to us as soon as possible on our dedicated help line on 1300 726 100. Our team will work quickly to assess your situation and advise how we can help.
Learn more about our response to the COVID-19 situation here.
Heritage offers a Bushfire Relief Package that includes a series of measures to assist customers and staff affected by bushfires. This includes:
If you are financially impacted by the bushfires, please reach out to us as soon as possible on 13 14 22. Our team will work quickly to assess your situation and advise how we can help.
Financial abuse occurs when someone manipulates another person’s decision-making, or controls access to their money or other property without their consent.
It’s a serious issue that can affect anyone, however some people, like the elderly, or other vulnerable and isolated people are at higher risk.
The Australian Government’s My Aged Care phone line and website can help you to access services and find information.
Call the national 1800 ELDERHelp (1800 353 374) line (free call) to talk to someone about potential or actual elder abuse. This service provides information on how you can get help, support and referrals.
My Aged Care website - Elder Abuse Concerns
You can get in contact with our Collections team on the following details:
Phone: 1800 222 030 during business hours
Fax: (07) 4694 9169
Mail: Hardship Officer
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