The New Co-op Internet Banking Service enables individual customers, business owners, corporate companies and institutions to carry out various transactions and monitor their bank accounts through the internet.
These are some of the services one can easily access from the comfort of your home, via a mobile phone or computer:
Transfer cash to another Co-op account in real time.
Start, stop or amend standing orders in real time.
Transfer cash to a foreign bank account in foreign currency.
Transfer cash to another local bank account in 1 working day.
View, download or print account statements for all your Co-op Bank Accounts.
Make bulk payments, for example, salaries, dividends, loan disbursements, bonuses and supplier payments.
Order cheque books and stop cheque’s.
Pay utility bills, for example, KPLC, DStv, and Nairobi Water.
It’s not rocket science joining up with the New Co-op Internet Banking Service.
For existing Co-op Bank clients, all they need is a completed application form, and a completed token collection form.
With non-Co-op Bank customers, to include businesses, corporate companies and institutions, they’d need:
Completed application form
Completed token collection form
Certificate of Incorporation
Memorandum & Articles of Association
National ID/Passport copies of the company’s directors
Once the application has been approved, a user ID and password are automatically generated by the Co-op Net system and sent to your email address. In case one opts to keep generating a second password using a token, one collects it once the application has been approved.
This is available at a small fee.
The New Coop Internet Banking is very convenient, secure and fast.
To self-register on your mobile or home computer, click here, to start.
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