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Digital Banking Basics
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Before You Begin
Setting up your profile is quick and easy, but before you start, you’ll need one of the following to identify yourself:
- RBC Royal Bank Client Card or RBC Royal Bank Business Client Card
- RBC Royal Bank Credit Card
RBC Royal Bank Account Number
Concerned about safety? So are we.
Your Online Security is Our First Priority
Your online security is our first priority. That’s why we take extra precautions to keep your money secure. As you start banking online, you can rest easy knowing your information is safe with RBC.
RBC Digital Banking Security Guarantee
Should anything ever happen, we’ve got you covered. We’ll fully reimburse you for any unauthorized transactions2Disclaimer made through the RBC Mobile app or RBC Online Banking.
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For a definition of an unauthorized transaction and for full details regarding the protections and limitations of the RBC Digital Banking Security Guarantee, please see your Electronic Access Agreement for personal banking clients, and the Client Card Agreement and the Master Client Agreement for business clients. This guarantee is given by Royal Bank of Canada in connection with its Online and Mobile Banking services. Cardholders are not liable for losses resulting from circumstances beyond their control provided they have taken reasonable precautions to protect their Client Card and PIN (if applicable) as set out in the Client Card Agreement. Formerly known as the RBC Online Banking Security Guarantee.
Where Can I Find My Account Number?
If you are an automotive finance, mortgage, credit line, Homeline, loan or investment client, you’ll need your account number and transit number, which you can find in the following documents:
Car Loan (Welcome letter)
You can find your transit and account numbers in the middle of the page.
Loan or Credit Line
You can find these on the first page of your account statement (for Royal Credit Line) or the last page of your loan agreement (for RBC Loan).
Mortgage or RBC Homeline Plan
You can find the transit and mortgage number on the first page of your mortgage statement for your Royal Bank Mortgage, and on Schedule A of your Personal Home Line Agreement for your RBC Homeline Plan.