Rbc New Electronic Access Agreement

If you have received a suspicious email or accessed a fraudulent RBC website, the way you will receive electronic documents: If you have new information in electronic form, we will send a message to your information centre. We can also send you an email (but only if you have given us your email address) to inform you that information about Digital Banking is available. We are the holders of all the intellectual property rights that exist on every web page of Digital Banking and Mobile Payments screens made available through our applications. Unless otherwise stated, the marks and logos and all works, including texts, images, illustrations, software, HTML codes, audio clips and videos that appear on our services, are our property. No part of a web page in Digital Banking and Mobile Payments can be reproduced, re-published, downloaded, posted, distributed or modified, in whole or in part, in any form without our express written permission. The only exception applies to personal and non-commercial use (including the posting, printing or archiving of electronic copies of your digital banking activities) which, moreover, comply with the provisions of this Agreement and may continue to order them. No provision of this Agreement or services shall be construed as conferring a right to the use of our works, trademarks or logos by other means. D. You are responsible for any cost or expense associated with the use of the program by you or anyone else who accesses the program using your access data. You understand that all rates, fees, invoices and conditions for services provided by external providers that are used under the program are set by these providers and that all payments you make to RBC CM are made directly to RBC CM, in accordance with its policies. “Identification Information” refers to all the information you need to enter to access an aggregate account. It may contain a customer identification number, username, passcode or password.

Electronic records are paper records: our statements of accounts or services are definitive and conclusive (including electronic data and records and third-party and third-party records). These recordings are permitted in all legal, administrative or other proceedings and constitute conclusive proof of the content of these recordings corresponding to the contents of the original paper statements. They waive any right to object to the introduction of such electronic data or recordings into evidence. “Password” refers to a confidential combination of numbers and/or letters you select to identify yourself that you need to provide to access third-party services and services. The secret passcode you use for the phone bank, the password you use for digital banking, fingerprint, face or other biometric identity for biometric ID, and the password codes you can enter before using any of the services offered through our apps are examples of passwords. For more information on what we collect from you, the information we use and that we use when you visit public and secure RBC Company websites, RBC ads hosted on third-party websites, services or services accessible through online banking or our applications, can be found in our Digital Channel Privacy. “Alerts,” notifications about certain events or conditions you can access in your alert center. “Messaging function” refers to the feature RBC can offer, which uses the messaging and notification feature provided by RBC or a third party to allow you to access your information and launch certain payments within certain applications. “Documents,” electronic versions or representations of invoices, invoices and other documents, communications, statements, confirmations or documents, or summary of the above.