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Introducing the NEW Nationwide Super Member Card!

We’re genuine about keeping super simple, and now you can download our NEW Member Card for your smartphone.

The Member Card is downloaded to your smartphone through the Wallet (or Passbook) app for iPhone, or PassWallet app for Android, and keeps a range of handy information about your membership in one place.

What’s in our Member Card

Have you ever started a new job and needed to know your Nationwide Super details (MemberID, Fund details) for your new employer?

Handy details stored on the card include:

  • Your Member ID
  • NSF Super’s USI (Unique Superannuation Identifier) and ABN details
  • Our phone and email details
  • Links to our website and MemberAccess
  • BPAY® Biller Codes and Reference Numbers for personal contributions

Getting the card is simple too

As an existing member, simply visit the Member Card page here for more details, and you’ll be directed to enter either the email address or mobile number we have recorded for your account. We’ll then send you a download code via email or SMS.

Click here for your card!

Just click the code from your phone and your Member Card will then load into the Passbook/Wallet or PassWallet app – simple!

If you need any help, the Nationwide Super team is on hand to explain what you need to do.

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