Its really simple! POLi transactions can either be initiated at the checkout or after purchase with our revolutionary POLi Link functionality.
POLi is available at the checkouts of several online merchants. You can also pay bills using POLi whenever you see the POLi Link logo. No need to sign up! You pay straight away.
Customer selects POLi
Select bank and Login
POLi automatically populates payment details
Confirm bank transfer
BENEFITS FOR CONSUMERS
POLi offers a great alternative to credit cards at the checkout for every consumer. We provide a seamless and secure payment experience by connecting you directly to your bank, without any registration needed!
Our goal is to make online payments quick and easy.
POLi is FREE
Pay without a credit card
Simple and secure
No sign ups or managing accounts
Save money on credit card fees
IS MY BANK AVAILABLE?
POLi supports the leading internet banking sites in Australia and New Zealand. Below is a full list of banks supported by POLi. Merchants can select which banks they wish to accept payment from so your bank may not always be offered.
* POLi™ can be used to fund Facebook and Skype through partner companies
POLi does not capture nor does it store any of your sensitive details, (including internet banking logon credentials or passwords).
During a POLi transaction, no one can access or see your internet banking login credentials. All communication via POLi takes place using HTTPS transport level security and no sensitive information is stored (not even cached).
“Security-Assessment.com would like to commend Centricom for producing a thoroughly secure client
application. The POLi browser is in many ways more secure than a standard web browser, such as
Internet Explorer”. (Quote from Paul Craig, Principal Security Consultant Security-Assessment.com)
In order to maintain our high security standards POLi Payments has undertaken the following:
We will perform annual ‘Bug Bounties’ on the system
We will undertake an annual penetration test with a recognised security firm, and
Any Australian or New Zealand bank is able to review the security credentials of the POLi system