Right for you if:
You want the freedom and convenience to bank any time, day or night
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Telephone Banking gives you the freedom to bank 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any touch-tone phone in the country. If you have a ScotiaCard with at least one Scotiabank account linked to it, you can access Telephone Banking by contacting us.
Customer Service Representatives are available to assist with Telephone Banking Monday to Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Scotiabank Telephone Banking gives you the freedom to:
Transfer funds between accounts of similar currency
Enquire about deposit account balances
View credit card and line of credit balance and payment information
Check daily foreign exchange rates
Obtain a list of the last 10 transactions on your Savings or Chequing Account
Scotiabank Telephone Banking benefits include:
Control: Telephone Banking is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you choose your banking hours
Record keeping: Upon successful completion of a bill payment or transfer-of-funds transaction, you will be given a transaction reference number for your records
Assistance: Our representatives are available to help with Telephone Banking Monday to Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Scotiabank is committed to keeping your personal information confidential and secure while using Telephone Banking:
Only you can obtain your account information once we confirm both your ScotiaCard number and self-selected Access Code. As an added security feature, you can change your Access Code at any time to further protect your account information
Know that Scotiabank will never unexpectedly phone or email you asking for your Access Code, Personal Identification Number (PIN), credit card, account numbers, or other such information
Do not divulge your Telephone Banking Access Code to anyone, and report any suspicious requests to Scotiabank immediately by contacting us
To get started with Telephone Banking, all you need is your ScotiaCard.
When paying bills, ensure that you have the paper version with you, as the last three digits of the account number of each bill will be necessary for payment.