You could win $1,000* a week.
To participate, send an Interac e-Transfer® by September 4.
How does Interac e-Transfer work?
With Interac e-Transfer**, you can pay back a friend, send money to your globe-trotting daughter or your grandson for his birthday, and even pay your rent!
With Interac e-Transfer, anyone, anywhere can accept Interac payments. All you need is access to online or mobile banking through a participating Canadian financial institution.
Say goodbye to cheques
Set up transfers in advance to avoid forgetting payments
Make transfers from your smartphone, tablet or PC
None of your banking information is shared
The security question and answer ensure only the intended recipient can accept the funds
Not yet signed up for Digital Banking Solutions?
It's convenient and free!
You will be able to use Interac e-Transfer 48 hours after signing up. For National Bank clients, there is no charge to receive an Interac e-Transfer. There is a $1 charge to send an Interac e-Transfer and transaction fees may apply depending on the type of account, package or program you have. Refer to the Guide to Personal Banking Solutions for more information.
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*No purchase necessary. Winner must correctly answer a mathematical skill-testing question. This contest is open to all residents of Canada who have reached the age of majority in their place of residence. The contest runs from June 20 to September 4, 2016. Eleven (11) draws will be held on: July 5, July 12, July 19, July 26, August 2, August 9, August 16, August 23, August 30, September 6 and September 14. One (1) prize will be awarded for each draw, for a total of 11 prizes. Each prize consists of one thousand Canadian dollars (CDN $1,000), which will be deposited into the account from which the transfer was made. Full contest rules available here.
**There may be a $1 charge to send an INTERAC e-Transfer. Extra service charges may apply depending on the type of account, package or program you have. The funds transfer must be made to an account held at a participating Canadian financial institution. Consult the Guide to Personal Banking Solutions for more details.