To help you keep an eye on your finances and avoid
unnecessary fees, you will automatically receive email alerts
from National Bank when:
You can disable these email alerts or change the minimum
amount for each at any time. We explain how to do this further
down on this page.
You will receive an email alert for your chequing or savings account
if the balance falls below $100 or the amount of your choice. This
way, you can protect
yourself from overdrafts and avoid potential transaction fees.
An email alert informs you if the available credit on your card is
less than $100 or an amount of your choice. This way you can avoid
exceeding your credit limit, paying too much in interest or impacting
your credit score.
You will automatically receive an alert by email if the available
credit on your personal or All-In-OneTM line of
credit falls below $100 or any other amount you set.
Want to deactivate or reactivate National Bank's email alerts? Or change the limit for these alerts? Our step-by-step demos can help you manage these notifications on your own.
Here’s how to manage, activate or deactivate email alerts for
From your web browser:
From the app:
Modify the amounts that trigger alerts from your profile in your online bank or National
Bank app, by selecting the Notifications tab.
We’ll send alerts to the email address you use to sign in to your
online bank by default.
If you want to use a different email, you can modify it from your
profile in your online bank or the National
Not receiving your alerts? Call us at 1-888-835-6281 for
The alerts we send you are safe to open. We’ll never ask you to
respond to the alert with any personal information.
We only send alerts by email. Please note that we may send you a text message alert from 262-989 (NBC-TXT) if you are late paying your credit card.
Want to learn more about how to protect yourself? Consult our ABCs of security.
TM All-In-One is a trademark of National Bank of Canada.