Stay Connected to Your Finances

Between work, family and personal time commitments, you’re pulled in many different directions throughout the week. We know that your time is valuable, which is why we offer convenient tools to monitor your accounts in real-time. Staying on top of your Royal Bank accounts is just a click, tap or phone call away, allowing you to view real-time account history at your convenience and alerts that you set. 

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Online and Mobile Banking. View your real-time account activity anytime with Online and Mobile Banking. With a simple tap of the screen or click of a mouse, it’s easier than ever to manage your finances from your computer, smartphone or tablet.

Alerts with Online Banking. Establish alerts in your online banking account to receive a notification via text, email and/or upon your next successful login. Online Banking Alerts will notify you of things like a balance falling below a specific dollar amount, successful transfers, outgoing and incoming transactions or when a specific item clears. You can also set personal alerts to remind yourself of events or important tasks.

Visa Purchase Alerts. Establish real-time text or email alerts using notification settings that you set up. Learn more about the benefits and enrollment details.

Text Banking. Receive up-to-date account information through any mobile phone that supports text/SMS service. This service allows you to send a text message anytime to obtain balances and history for accounts tied to your Royal Bank Online Banking. Enroll by logging into your Royal Online Banking account. From the Options tab, choose Mobile Settings, then Text Mobile Banking.

On Call Telephone Banking. On Call is a free and secure service for customers who want to access real-time bank records anytime, anywhere using a touch-tone telephone or voice commands. Even if you have no interest in technology, you can take advantage of this convenient banking service to stay on top of your finances. Call 888.958.2265 to get started today!

Contact the Bank. If you ever notice something that looks suspicious, contact your bank as soon as possible so we can help investigate and take appropriate actions to safeguard your account.

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