You can manage your transactions through internet banking or through the mobile app. For internet banking, you’ll first need to register your seven-digit customer number and a four-digit PIN provided by the bank. Once you’ve registered using these numbers, you’ll be prompted to select a password and to set up your online account.
For the mobile app, you simply need to download it from App Store or Google Play and follow the step-by-step instructions to make an account. Once you’ve set up your online account, you’ll be able to see your transactions and other card activities.
Yes. You need to log into your account first and customize the Pay and Transfer option. Add the account details of who you want to send money to, then adjust the Date/AP frequency box, and tick the AP box below the calendar. Choose the payment frequency and the total number of payments.
Yes. This is one of the many benefits of a youth account. You can link your kid’s account to a debit card and start them young in their banking journey. The youth account even includes full internet banking access so that you can check and manage their transactions.
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Good options, but ideally an option to combine & compare cost for best mobile + broadband option would be nice.