We offer support to our customers affected by domestic and family violence. This includes letting you know what you can do if you’re experiencing financial abuse (PDF).
As a CommBank customer, you can speak confidentially to our specialist Community Wellbeing team about your financial needs if you’re experiencing financial abuse.
The best way to get support is by submitting a call request using the button below, so a Community Wellbeing specialist can call you at a safe time.
Alternatively, you can call a Community Wellbeing specialist on 1800 222 387 between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday (Sydney/Melbourne time – excluding public holidays).
1 2016 Personal Safety Survey, Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2017
2 Adams et al (2008), Development of the Scale of Economic Abuse, Violence Against Women, vol. 14, No. 5; Evans, I. (2007), Battle-scars: Long-term effects of prior domestic violence, Centre for Women’s Studies and Gender Research, Monash University; Sharp, N. (2008), What’s yours is mine: The different forms of economic abuse and its impact on women and children experiencing domestic violence, Refuge.