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Pre-Arranged Bill Payments / Transfers

You Have Better Things to Do with Your Time Than Paying Bills.

Would you like the freedom of having your bill payments taken care of from month to month? Or never having to worry about all those day-to-day "back home" expenses when you travel?

Whether you're at home or away, you can arrange to have payments and transfers made at a pre-determined frequency on specified dates. This can even be a one-time payment or transfer. Pay heating and hydro bills, magazine subscriptions or other regular expenses.

Although you have several options for setting up pre-authorized payments, the easiest method is through RBC® Online Banking(1), the RBC Mobile(1) app or Telephone Banking.

Consider the Benefits:

  • Widely Accepted: Pay bills to over 10,000 companies and services.
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  • Simple: Once you add a company to your Payee List you can make a payment in 2 easy steps.
  • Fast: Payments made before 6 p.m. on business days are processed the same day and can be canceled same day (before 6 p.m.) if an error is made.
  • Convenienient: Make a payment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from anywhere. No postage, no line-ups, no hassles.
 

Tips:

Overdraft Protection can ensure that you always have enough funds to pay your bills.

 

Set up a recurring Pre-Authorized Payment in seconds

Simply use the payment “frequency” option to set up recurring payments in RBC Online Banking or the RBC Mobile app.

Don’t have RBC Online Banking or the RBC Mobile App?

In just 3 easy steps you’ll get immediate access to your account information and you can start paying your bills from the comfort of your home, office or on-the-go.

 

1) RBC Mobile and RBC Canada are operated by Royal Bank of Canada, RBC Direct Investing Inc. and RBC Dominion Securities Inc. RBC Online Banking is operated by Royal Bank of Canada.