Technology is changing how business does business.
We understand that sometimes coming down to our location in downtown Kitchener can be a hassle, especially with the ongoing LRT construction. Now at Erb and Erb Insurance Brokers Ltd. we can accept Interac e-Transfer and Online Banking payments.
Starting on December 13, 2016 with Bank of Montreal clients Erb and Erb will be listed as a Payee. Soon after we’ll be available through the other major banking institutions.
How do you use online banking?
Log into your banking institution and follow your bank’s directions. Search for and add Erb and Erb, enter your Erb and Erb account code as your identification, enter the amount to pay, and send the payment. Very easy. If you don’t know your account number call us and we’ll help you.
Tip: When making a payment be sure to schedule it at least 5 business days before the due date so that we can ensure payment is directed to the insurance company in a timely fashion.
There are over 250 participating financial institutions in Canada that provide e-Transfer services to their clients. Now Erb and Erb Insurance Brokers can accept these kinds of payments.
It’s easy to pay by e-transfer.
- Step 1: Log into your online banking.
- Step 2: Choose interact e-transfer.
- Step 3: Enter recipient’s email and amount. For us, use Erb and Erb as the recipient and use firstname.lastname@example.org as our email.
- Step 4: Add a security question. For us, write “My account number.” Then for the answer write your Erb and Erb account number all in lowercase letters. If you don’t know your account number call us, we’ll let you know.
- Step 5: Hit send.
It’s that easy. Interac also has a great website full of more information about which banks allow e-Transfer. Refer to your bank to learn how much you can send and what any costs are.
Erb and Erb Insurance Brokers Ltd. wants to make things easy for our clients. Now you can pay your commercial or personal insurance premiums to us using online banking or Interac e-Transfer.
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