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How To Use Rbc Banking Online

Published at 07/15/2011 13:18:00

How to Use the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Online Banking Services

Online banking has really transformed the way consumers use banking services; from the ability to check  balances and perform various transactions, on a 24 hour  basis from the ease of a computer, online banking is the next best thing when it comes to accessing your bank account.  In the course of this article, we shall endeavor to look at Rbc banking online services, and how to use them effectively.

The RBC is the largest banking institution in Canada, by measure of revenues, deposits, and market capitalization. It also has a huge standing globally, with over 80,100 staff worldwide. RBC has endeavored to develop cutting technological services through online banking, which serve both individual and businesses alike. With a personal online account, you can be able to pay for your utility bills, process transfers, and check mortgage balance from the ease of your computer. With a business online account, RBC has developed online solutions to manage your business, and investments or loans, on a 24 hour basis, 7 days a week. In addition to that, RBC also provides customer support services, on a 24 hour basis.

When it comes to accessing their “virtual lobby”, RBC has developed a very user friendly interface, which makes online banking a pleasant experience. Here are some tips that will get you on the right track to use their on line services effectively:

· Browser requirements: RBC online banking is designed to work on the following operating systems. Windows 6, 7 &8, Windows and Mac Firefox 3, Mac safari. Always ensure that the computer you use has one of the above operating systems installed.

· Signing in for the first time: Applications are processed online, either personally or through an RBC representative. Make sure to generate a new password when you access your account for the first time. This password should be easy to remember but not easily accessible by others.

· Information security: To safeguard your password, ensure that the “auto-complete” or “memorize password function” is disabled, especially if you are using internet explorer 5+, AOL 5+, Netscape 6+. You should always log out from your account and close the browser, when you done banking, especially when using a computer other than your own.

Tips and comments:

Online banking has made banking more relaxed and easy to do, and RBC is committed to ensuring the safety and security of their clients’ accounts. To this endeavor, they make a 100% guarantee to compensate any account holder in the event of fraud, both internal and external. But, as the account holder, you have a part to play to safeguard the security of your account.