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Deposit an Interac e-Transfer

How to deposit an Interac e-Transfer from your email or text message

Deposit Money, Anytime, Anywhere

Securely deposit money to your Libro account from a friend or family member using Interac e-Transfer. 

  • It’s quick and easy to receive money and accept funds
  • All you need is a device with internet access and Online Banking at Libro
  • Don’t forget to ask for the security answer from your contact if you’re not set up for Autodeposit 

How to Accept and Deposit an Interac e-Transfer

Note: If you do not have an Online Banking login at Libro, you can Activate Online Banking today.

To get started, follow the steps below: 

  1. Check your email inbox or text messages for an Interac e-Transfer message. Click the link in the message.
    1. If you cannot click the link, cut and paste the link into your browser.
  2. Follow the instructions to select and log into your Libro account.
  3. Enter the security answer and click Accept.
  4. Choose the account to deposit the money into and click Deposit.

 

To make the process even easier and more secure next time, set up Autodeposit today.

Have questions or need assistance? A Libro Coach is happy to support, reach out anytime.

 

See all  Interac  e-Transfer How-To’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a charge to deposit an Interac e-Transfer?

No, there is no charge to deposit an Interac e-Transfer into your account.

Can I deposit an Interac e-Transfer into my US Dollar account?

No, currently you can only deposit Interac e-Transfers into a Canadian currency account.

Is there a limit on how much money I can deposit into my account using Interac e-Transfers?

No, there are no limits on how much you can deposit into your account. However, the people sending you money will have limits on how much they can send at one time.

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