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It’s time to forget about manually paying bills month after month and depositing your pay cheque at the branch every two weeks. 

What is a Direct Deposit or Pre-authorized Payment? Expand/Collapse

A Direct Deposit is when money is automatically deposited into your Advance Savings account on a regular basis.

A Pre-authorized Payments is an automatic withdrawal from your Advance Savings account that is set up to pay bills or rent on a regular basis.

How do I set up a Direct Deposit or Pre-authorized Payment? Expand/Collapse

  1. Click the link below to download the Direct Deposit & Pre-authorized Payment Confirmation form
  2. Fill it out with your personal information
  3. Read the Important Info section to make sure you've filled out the form correctly.

Important Info: Finguring out your Account Number Expand/Collapse

Don't use the same number you use online

 At Advance Savings, your account number is a six (6) digit member number and a two (2) digit chequing or savings number. Together they form your account number. On your completed Direct Deposit & Pre-authorized Payment Confirmation form, it’s important that you input the right account number, or your direct deposit or payment might  

It's almost the same as your online banking number, but isn't

Your account number is almost the same as the number you use to login to your MemberDirect Online Banking. If you use 12345000 to login, then you’re two (2) numbers away from knowing your account number.

IMPORTANT: Your chequing or savings number is never 00. The double zeros are only used to login to your MemberDirect Online Banking 

How to find your chequing or savings number

If you don’t know your chequing or savings number by memory, you can get it in MemberDirect Online Banking or by contacting Advance Savings by phone or email.

In MemberDirect Online Banking, you can find it in your Account Summary. It’s the last two (2) digits after your account name. Typically, your chequing is 10 or your savings is 20.

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