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Internet banking provides a fast and convenient way of performing common banking transactions on the Internet. If you have a computer with Internet access, a web browser and a registered account for Internet banking from your banking institution, you’ll be able to do your banking from the comforts of home, office or virtually anywhere else in the world.
 
 
With Internet banking you’ll be able to:
 
     
  Check your balances and statements online
  Submit applications for new accounts, credit cards or loans
  Transfer funds between accounts
  Pay your bills, credit cards, and insurance premiums
  Create, change and cancel standing orders
  Request for cheque books and check the status of your cheques
  Request to stop cheque payments
  Apply for bank drafts and telegraphic transfers
 
 
 
 
Like any other system, Internet banking poses a risk for users when it comes to security. However, any potential risk can be minimised with continuous checks by the banking institutions and even by yourself as a user.
 
Some safety measures conducted by the banking institutions include:
 
Regular tests of the system to ensure its reliability

Provision of internet security arrangements to ensure a secure infrastructure

Usage of a number of security technologies such as encryption, firewalls, automatic log-off and monitoring tools

Installation of system to detect and disable attacks from hackers

Undertake a periodic review every 6 months to assess possible risks and detect possible weakness in the banking institution's risk management system
 
 
 
If you have an account with a banking institution that also offers Internet banking services, you may apply to use its Internet banking facilities by logging on to its website and following the application procedures provided. Information about the banking institution’s security practices can also be found on each banking institution’s respective website.
Remember to also look out for terms and conditions that cover:
 
Duties of the banking institution and customers
Unauthorised or fraudulent transactions

Mode by which you will be notified of changes in terms and conditions

Information about lodging complaints and how your complaint can be resolved
 
 
 
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For more information on Internet Banking and how to ensure privacy of your personal information, download our booklet or visit our Internet Banking FAQs for a clearer view.
 
 
 
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