- AER online users - if you already have an account with AFSA for AER online, you can sign in to AER and set up your billing details. Go straight to Step 5: Billing details below.
- AUSkey users - If you are registered with AUSkey, please see AUSkey users below.
Enter the given names, surname and email address of the account administrator (the user who will manage the account e.g. setting up additional users).
Enter the organisation (account) name.
Do not navigate away from this screen until verification complete.
An email will be sent to the email address specified in Step 1.
Copy and paste the verification code from the body of the email into the verification code field.
Choose a user name to log in with (this will default to the email entered in Step 1).
Choose your password (as per the parameters detailed on the page).
Confirm the password.
Enter your username and password chosen in Step 3.
Click Sign in.
Account name and number (required for credit application) will be displayed under the account heading.
Select payment type from:
- Pay As You Go—enter credit card details for every billable transaction.
- Pre Pay—pay a lump sum into the account to transact with and top up as required.
Note: if applying for credit, select from one of the above and the account will be changed to credit if your application is approved.
See BRS billing and transactions for information about the credit application process.
Enter billing contact details (this does not create a user for the account). The billing contact email is where monthly statements will be sent.
Enter the billing address for the account.
Account details screen is presented.
Pre Pay users can click Make account payment button to add funds to their account.
- Check you are eligible to apply for credit.
- Set up your account.
- Submit a credit application form.
The first person in your organisation to login to BRS must be your AUSkey administrator. This person needs to have the ability to update your ABN record at the Australian Business Register and change your business information (including taxation information held by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO)). Find out more about who should be an AUSkey administrator.
As an AUSkey administrator, you will be granted administrator access within BRS to manage your organisation’s account and other users.
Once this has been done, refer to Step 5: Billing details.
Additional users can be setup to access your account with a username and password by following the Create account users process.
Alternatively, additional AUSkey users for the account can login with their standard AUSkey. This will create them as an additional user of the organisation's account. The admin AUSkey user can assign the appropriate accesses as per Step 2 of the Create account users process.