In order to enroll in online banking, an individual must already hold an account with RBC, which the individual can then use to enroll in the online banking system. Signing up for online banking can be conducted directly online or in any branch. RBC also operates a dedicated phone line for online banking enrollment.
The online enrollment process is quite simple, and account holders should follow the instructions below:
- Collect essential details
- Follow the steps
- Activate online banking
In addition to owning an account with RBC, the customer needs to provide information about his or her current address and RBC bank account details. The online application process will also require the customer to answer their unique security questions in order to proceed.
The RBC website takes the customer through a number of steps in order to register for online banking. Once these have been completed, then the customer simply has to wait for the activation email.
RBC will send an email containing an activation code and password after registration is complete. The activation code has to be entered within 30 days in order to fully activate online services, and it only needs to be entered once. Limited services are available after the customer receives the email and password, but the all online banking services are enabled as soon as the customer enters the code.