Banking online means accessing your bank account and carrying out financial transactions through the internet on your smartphone, tablet or computer. It's quick, usually free and allows you to carry out a number of tasks such as paying bills and transferring money, without having to visit or call your bank.
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Online banking is simply a way to access and manage your bank, mortgage, credit card, loan or other account information via the Internet instead of visiting the bank in person or using the telephone.
Online banking allows you to access your account history and transactions from anywhere. This is the quickest way to see whether a transaction has cleared your account. It also enables you to find out about any unauthorized transactions more quickly, so you can dispute them right away.
Online Banking gives you convenient online access to your account information. UTB Online Banking, you can securely access your account information quickly and easily - 24/7.
A bank account is a financial account maintained by a bank or other financial institution in which the financial transactions between the bank and a customer are recorded. ... A customer may have more than one account.
Just make a transaction (such as a cash withdrawal, balance enquiry or mobile top-up) and your new card will be automatically activated without any on-screen notification. When your new debit or credit card arrives, you'll need to activate it before you can use it.
Log in to your Online Banking Account with account number and password Go to Account Setting Choose Password. Enter your New Password and click Submit.
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