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If you can't sign in to your MYOB account because you're stuck with two-factor authentication, call our automated service to get you back up and running.

You'll need the following details handy to use this service:

  • email address
  • mobile number
  • serial number or client ID.

 

To recover your account
  1. Call our automated service at any time, or during the times below if you want to speak to a team member.
    • Australia - 1800 411 641 | Monday to Friday 7am to 8pm, Saturday to Sunday 9am to 5pm (Melbourne time)

    • New Zealand - 0800 400 207 | Monday to Friday 9am to 10pm, Saturday to Sunday 11am to 7pm (New Zealand time)

    When you call, you'll be prompted to enter some details to confirm your MYOB account, such as your mobile number, serial number or client ID.

    • If you know these details, you'll be sent a series of text messages which will help you recover your 2FA code.
    • If you don't know these details, press 1 to be transferred to our support team. After verifying your details with our team, you'll be emailed a recovery code and can continue with the below steps.
  2. Follow the prompts in the email to sign into your MYOB account.
  3. When prompted, enter the recovery code.
  4. In the list of reasons, choose the scenario that best describes why you're using a recovery code.
  5. The reason you choose will determine what to do next:

    I've temporarily lost access to my 2FA-enabled device

    (If this is your scenario, complete the steps above to choose this option)

    If you don't have access to your device or email account, but still plan on using it for 2FA in the future, click I've temporarily lost access to my 2FA-enabled device.

    Download or print your new backup codes. You can use these to sign into your account if you encounter this situation again.

    Click Continue to access your account.

    I've permanently lost my 2FA-enabled device

    (If this is your scenario, complete the steps above to choose this option)

    If you don't have access to your device, and don't have a device to replace it, click I've permanently lost my 2FA-enabled device.

    You will now be switched to email 2FA to ensure you can continue to access your account.

    I have a new phone and I need to set up 2FA

    (If this is your scenario, complete the steps above to choose this option)

    If you want to switch 2FA to a new device, from the device or email you were previously using, click I have a new phone and I need to set up 2FA.