Features of Online Banking
Online Banking is convenient, easy to learn and secure. You can do your everyday banking and much more:
- Check your account balances; transfer funds
- Pay bills quickly and easily
- View, print or copy cheques
- View or print e-Statements by account or consolidated
- Open chequing or savings accounts or term deposits
- Make RRSP or TFSA contributions
- Use Interac e-Transfers to send and receive money quickly
- Make CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) payments; view or print electronic tax slips
- Download statements to popular financial software
- Set up alerts to enhance security and help you manage your money
Special features for businesses
Our security guarantee
No matter how you bank with us, the security of your personal and financial information is of the utmost importance. Online Banking is extremely safe with high-level encryption, firewalls and continuous monitoring. Learn more about our security guarantee.
Online Banking alerts offer an additional level of protection. Alerts let you know when changes are made to your account, such as a password change or withdrawal over a customized amount.
Access and sign-up are quick and easy
To get started you first need to call our Solution Centre or drop by your nearest branch to obtain a BlueShore Financial Access Card (debit card).
We’ll also provide you with a temporary Personal Access Code (PAC), which you can change after you first log in. Using the last 8 numbers on your Access Card plus your PAC, you can log in to Online Banking from anywhere on our website. Learn more using the Online Banking Tutorial.
- Forgotten your Personal Access Code? Call us at 604.982.8000 or 1.888.713.6728 and we'll set you up with a temporary one.
- Want the convenience of Online Banking on your mobile device? Learn about Mobile Banking including the easy-to-use app.
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