How to create an email account step 1 to 3

Whether you’re new to digital banking or already using it, there are a few quick things you can do to make everyday transactions easier and faster. Having an email address is a handy way to access your account. Here’s how to set one up for free.

To log into ACU’s new digital banking for the first time, you’ll need an email address or mobile phone number. If you don’t have either, you can easily set up an email account, and it only takes a couple of minutes.

Your new email account will help you access your digital banking from ACU, giving you the ability to:

  • Securely access your account balances and activity
  • Transfer funds between accounts and to other members of ACU
  • Send and receive Interac e-Transfers®
  • Pay bills
  • View online statements
  • Make contributions to your RRSP and TFSA
  • Much more !

Ready to get your new email account? Here are some quick and easy steps to follow:

Choose a reliable email provider

Think of an email address as your mailbox digital. Just like different post offices, each email provider looks and works slightly differently, but they all do the same thing: they let you send and receive email.

Email providers generally They do not charge you for their services. While there are many of these free and reliable options available online, the key is to select a provider that is easy for you to use. Some popular options include:

  • Gmail (by Google)
  • Yahoo! Mail
  • Outlook (from Microsoft)
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5 Steps to Creating Your Own Email Account

Only be it takes a couple of minutes to set up your email account. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

1. From your Internet browser, go to your email provider’s sign-up page.

Again, you can use a trusted provider like Gmail (by Google), Yahoo! Mail or Outlook (from Microsoft).

2. Enter your details to open an email account. These often include:

3. Follow the rest of the steps as needed.

Some registration forms will also ask for things like your date of birth and location. You may also be asked to create a security question, which can be a useful way to recover a forgotten password.

4. Agree to the “Terms of Service”.

You will also be prompted to read and agree to their terms of service. This is usually one of the final steps.

5. Get started with your new email account!

You can easily sign in from any computer, phone, or tablet that has Internet access.

Instructions Additional Resources

If you need more help setting up an email account, there are many easy-to-follow resources available online, including these helpful links:

  • Video : How to Create a Gmail Email Account
  • Article: How to Create a Yahoo! Email Account
  • Video: Beginner’s Guide to Using Microsoft Outlook: This is useful if you have the Outlook software installed on your computer.

Once you have set up your new email address, please feel free to contact the ACU Member Communication Center for digital banking support. We’ll be happy to help you get the most out of your digital banking experience!


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