What is it?

An Email Money Transfer (EMT) is a way to safely send money over the internet from your bank account to another person or company. The process is easy and we hope that our members will find this payment option convenient this year.

How does it work?

To send an EMT, you first need to be registered for online banking through your financial institution. If you are, then you should be able to send an EMT. Once you log on to your personal banking account, you select Email Money Transfer from your menu and follow the steps indicated. The bank sends an email to the recipient (us in this case) through its site and we receive our money from you. It really is that easy. It is very safe and secure.

Anyone wishing to pay by EMT should send their payment to membership@davisvilletennisclub.com. For security reasons, you will be asked to enter an answer to a question that we will know the answer to. The answer to that question should be davisville.

Some financial institutions do charge a fee to send an EMT ... some don't. You should get this information from your financial institution. Some helpful links are below.

 

Bank of Montreal http://www4.bmo.com/personal/0,4344,35649_36646,00.html
CIBC http://www.cibc.com/ca/student-life/products/email-money-transfer.html
Royal Bank http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/RBC:RdVMu471A8UAAr@aD-w/emailmoney/
Scotia Bank http://www.scotiabank.com/cda/content/0,1608,CID6031_LIDen,00.html
TD http://www.tdcanadatrust.com/ebanking/email_transfer.jsp

 

If you have any question, feel free to ask : treasurer@davisvilletennisclub.com