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Banking simplified: NetBanking
Need to withdraw cash? Pay bills? Check your account history? Banking is easier, when you're doing it with The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. from the comfort of your home / office. Offering greater convenience and maximum utility, The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V.'s NetBanking lets you access your account from wherever you are, as long as you are online.
With NetBanking you can:
The various features of NetBanking add an immense degree of convenience to your financial life. RBS NetBanking offers a suite of new and enhanced services that we believe will give you a superior online banking experience.
Listed below are a few highlights of NetBanking and various activities that you can do online:
Online Registration: Create your User Id, Login Password & Transaction Password Online
You can now register for Internet Banking online* on RBS N.V. NetBanking. You do not need to fill up any form or sign any document to get enabled for NetBanking.
You can create your own user id & Login Password online by completing an online Form. Hence you can create a user id "Sunshine123", which would be easier for your to remember.
You cannot change your user id online once you have completed the registration process successfully.
You can also create your Transaction Password online after you have logged into NetBanking
You can create a new Login Password by completing an online Form. You can log in using the bank defined user id that would be displayed once you have successfully completed the online form.
You can also change your User Id after your have logged in. For eg : You can create a user id "Sunshine123", which might be easier for you to remember. You can change your User Id online only once.
*Valid for clients with a valid RBS MasterCard Debit card. Not valid for clients with Joint or Conditional Mandate.
NetBanking allows you to work with all the accounts that you have with the Bank - Deposit, Loan and Demat. With NetBanking you can inquire on:
No more late payments for bills. With NetBanking you can make payments online without any hassles of standing in queues for making bill payments. All you need to do is just:
Need to transfer money between accounts without the hassles and paperwork? No problem. With NetBanking you can:
Now, you can subscribe to and redeem Mutual Funds online.
If you are an RBS N.V. account holder, all you need to do is:
Making High Value Transactions is very secure and done at the click of your mouse, with NetBanking. Our One Time Password (OTP) system assures that the transaction process itself is fully secure and that it cannot be tampered with. Click here to download OTP Registration process pdf
Real time Alerts
The Bank keeps you up-to-date on your account activity, by sending Alerts on transactions made on your bank account. You can get these notifications by subscribing to the same via NetBanking.
Furthermore, you can choose to receive these alerts e-mail address and / or your mobile phone.
The alerts you can customize include:
There are a lot of transactions which you can conduct with NetBanking. And when you need stuff in the real world, you can request the same online. You can use the requests option in NetBanking to:
The Internet gives you a mailbox. But when it comes to banking, we don't take chances. Which is why, we've made our mailbox simple and user-friendly and built it on a secure network to communicate with the Bank, as and when you want to.
Your NetBanking account is your own. And it can be customised to suit your preferences. You can customise your account by using this option to:
By using a combination of robust processes and state-of-the-art infrastructure, The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. provides you a very secure Net Banking experience.
We constantly monitor and upgrade our technology to ensure that your accounts are absolutely secure. We also maintain the highest standards as far as security technology is concerned, and thereby make sure that you stay stress free when it comes to NetBanking.
The stringent security measures we've taken: