Security is of paramount importance when banking online, and NatWest Online Banking offers clients additional security to ensure their complete privacy and safety when they bank online. Customers who follow a few simple rules never need to worry about online fraud because following these rules guarantees that they will receive full refunds for any money stolen from their accounts.
The rules include never giving any other persons a customer number or password; never use a Card-Reader when logging into the online bank account; and following all of the security regulations described in the official terms and conditions.
Clients can download free Rapport security software to use when banking online. This software ensures customers that communications taking place between their computers and the bank are completely secure without any types of interference.
Identity thefts like to get their hands on physical bank statements that provide them with the information they need to commit their fraudulent acts. Storing data securely on bank servers adds extra protection for clients. Additionally, bankers who need to review statements from previous years do not need to dig up their old paper statements. Instead, they can easily view statements from the past seven years on their computer monitors or mobile telephone screens.
Anyone can set up online mobile banking. The only requirements are a mobile telephone number, the customer’s debit card number and the customer number. The process is extremely fast, and the client can start banking via a mobile telephone between four to 24 hours.
Any person who owns an iPad can download a free bank application that offers mini statements that include the most recent six transactions. Customers can make payments, transfer funds from and to different accounts and search for the closest cash machines.
Bankers can order Card-Readers that accompany their NatWest Online Banking accounts to add even more security to their bank accounts. Clients use Card-Readers to set up or change any payment instructions so that trips to local branches are no longer necessary.