What Is Electronic Access Agreement

This Electronic Access Agreement (Agreement) applies when you use online and mobile banking (digital banking), other digital services and certain third-party services. This is a legally binding agreement between you and Royal Bank of Canada (RBC, we, us, our or us). Definitions of all capitalized terms that are not otherwise explained in Part 4 – Definitions can be found here. Account means a personal deposit account, a business account, a credit card account, an investment account, a brokerage account, a credit account, a credit account, a credit account, a mortgage account or any other account that you have with us and that you can access through the Digital Services. Electronic records are equivalent to paper records: Our records relating to accounts or services are final and conclusive (including electronic data and records, as well as those of third parties or third parties). These documents are admissible in all judicial, administrative or other proceedings and constitute conclusive proof of the content of these documents as if they were original documents in paper form. You waive any right to object to the introduction of such electronic data or records into evidence. Your Responsibility to Access Electronic Documents: By accepting electronic delivery of documents, you understand that you must access online banking to access your information and agree to do so regularly, but in any case not less than once every thirty (30) days. The decision to receive an email notification does not change your obligation to access online banking to access your electronic information. We are not liable to you for any damages or costs resulting from your inability to access your data. How electronic documents are delivered to you: When new information becomes available in electronic form, we will send a message to your message center. We may also send you an email (but only if you have provided us with your email address) to inform you that information about digital banking is available. “Password” means a confidential combination of numbers and/or letters that you select to identify yourself and that you must provide to access the Third Party Services and Services.

Examples of passwords are the secret access code you use for telephone banking, the password you use for digital banking, the fingerprint, the face or any other biometric identity used for the biometric identification function, and the access codes you may be prompted to enter before using any of the services offered by our applications. “No one who has the capacity to disagree would agree with such a term,” Daimsis said. “I wouldn`t agree with someone who says, `Here`s my agreement with you. I can change it and I will inform you if I want to inform you. » 7. . . .