DirectCash Bank is a financial institution established in 1966. It offers automated teller machine accounts and prepaid credit cards. DirectCash Bank is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
DirectCash Bank offers convenient and accessible online banking service. This service is free and can is available 24/7. To access the service, you must enroll if you have an account at the bank. If you hold a checking or savings account in the bank you can follow the simple steps below to enroll, log in and reset your forgotten password to access personal online banking service.
HOW TO LOG IN
Provided you have online banking crdentials, please follow the steps outlined below to log in:
Step 1 – Click this link https://dcbank.ca to access the bank website
Step 2 – In homepage, kindly click Account Login
Step 3 – Enter your Email address and Password then click Login
Your login credentials will first be verified and thereafter be allowed to access online banking service.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/LOG ID?
If you cannot recall your online banking password, please follow the steps shown below to reset your forgotten DirectCash Bank online banking login password:
Step 1 – In login page, kindly click Forgot Password link
Step 2 – Please enter your username and select how to retrieve your password then click Reset Password
Once you pass the security questions or receive it through text message, login to your account and set a new password.
HOW TO ENROLL
If you have a personal account at DC Bank, please follow the steps outlined below to enroll for the online banking service:
Step 1 – In the login page, please click Sign Up for Secure Login link
Step 2 – Enter your Card Number and date of birth then click Continue
The bank will review the information you have submitted and once approved you will be allowed to proceed and set your profile as well as login credentials.
MANAGE DIRECTCASH BANK ONLINE ACCOUNT
Personal account holders who enroll for online banking service at DC have the priviledge of accessing the following services:
- Transfer funds between accounts
- Access eStatements
- View bank balances
- See transaction history
- Set account alerts