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In addition to our great new look and all of the everyday banking options you’re used to, we’ve got a number of new features available in our online banking:
Yes, access to our online banking service is free for all of our members.
Keep in mind that, depending on the types of accounts you have, there may be service charges associated with individual transactions.
Yes, you will need to update your bookmark or favourites as the URL has changed. The new web address for online banking is https://online.lakeviewcreditunion.com.
You can also bookmark our website homepage and use the “Login” button for quick access.
The two most recent major versions of the following browsers are supported: Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari. Internet Explorer versions 10 and 11 are currently supported, however we recommend using one of the other browsers listed as Internet Explorer is no longer supported by Microsoft and compatibility will be phased out.
Yes, you will continue to use the same Member Number and PAC to login to our new online banking. If you had your login information saved on your browser, you will need to re-enter and save your credentials* them for the new online banking platform.
*Keep your accounts safe! Don’t save your Member Number or PAC on a public computer, don’t use a password that could be easily guessed, and change your PAC every 3-6 months to keep it secure.
If you’re having difficulty viewing the web pages or the loading the online banking page, follow these steps and then try again:
If you’ve checked these settings and you’re still experiencing issues accessing online banking, please contact us so we can help you.
If your account has been locked out or if you’ve forgotten your PAC, you’ll need to get in touch with us to get it reset. You can use our online form to send in your request or contact one of our branches during business hours.
Your online banking PAC will need to meet the following criteria:
Yes, our new online banking can be used by our personal and business members.
Learn How-to Get Started with our MemberDirect Small Business platform.
Need more information, check out our detailed User Guide.
MemberDirect Small Business (MDSB) is an intuitive, easy-to-use online banking service full of features designed specifically for the needs of small businesses and organizations. MDSB offers all the same features as personal online banking, and also provides:
Below are list of common questions and answers with helpful tips for using MDSB. For detailed information on using each of the MDSB features, refer to our MDSB User Guide.
If you've incorrectly tried to login to MemberDirect Small Business, you'll be prevented from trying to login again for security reasons. You'll need to contact us so that we can reset your access.
Use the Delegate Manager to access the ‘Edit Delegate’ page. From here, you can see the delegate's member number at the top of the page, and you can also set up a new temporary password for them.
The maximum password retry for delegates is 3. After the maximum is reached, a signer will need to unlock their delegate through MDSB. In the Delegate Manager, select the 'Unlock this account' checkbox to restore your delegate's access.
Ensure that the delegate is entering their member number with a capital letter “D” - this ﬁrst digit of their member number is case sensitive.
Yes, you can use Mobile Web to access your account; however, delegates are not permitted to use MDSB via Mobile Web.
A delegate is someone such as a bookkeeper or family member that you have granted permission to have access to your online business accounts. A delegate can have read-only access to your accounts and their transactions, or you can allow them to initiate transactions for you, such as bill payments or the transfer of funds from one account to another. Once a delegate initiates a transaction, you will be notified that the transaction requires your approval to continue.
When you create a delegate, you can specify which memberships the delegate can access. For example, you may have a business membership that contains business-only accounts and a separate personal membership. After you consolidate your personal and business memberships through MemberDirect Small Business you can allow the delegate to view your business membership but not your personal membership. The delegate will be able to see all accounts accessible via the business membership.
Delegates will be able to view e-Statements for the business membership that you’ve assigned them to. They will not be able to see e-Statements for any other consolidated memberships that you’ve shared with them.
If you are a signer for an account you can use the Transaction Manager feature available in our mobile app and mobile web to review, approve or reject pending payments and transfers. If you have signed up for Alerts, you can also receive alerts for pending bill payments and transactions via text message and email.
Delegates with read-only access can only view account activity in accounts you give them access to. Delegates with initiator access can not only view account activity but also set-up transactions that must be approved by signers.
When you add a new delegate, the member number is automatically generated and cannot be changed; however, the password you ser up is only a temporary password. Your delegate will change the password you five them through MDSB to something they choose. Your delegate will be prompted to change their temporary password when they login for the first time.
Each signer can add up to three delegates. Once three delegates have been added, the link becomes inactive.
Each signer can set up delegates without needing the other signer’s approval. The other signers can view and delete each signer’s delegate list but can’t change the status or profile on another signer’s list of delegates.
In Delegate Manager, select ‘Delete’ beside the delegate’s name to remove the user permanently.
In Delegate Manager, click ‘Edit’ beside your delegate’s name to go to the ‘Edit Delegate’ page. Change the delegate’s status to ‘Inactive’. When you want to restore delegate access, change the status back to ‘Active’.
The account consolidation feature allows a signer to group their personal and small business accounts together, so you can view account balances and conduct transactions between these accounts using a single login.
To consolidate your accounts in MDSB, simply navigate to the Account Consolidation Manager, choose to add a new consolidated account, and enter the login details for the membership that you wish to consolidate.
Each signer can set up to view and transact from up to four membership numbers – the business account they are signed into, plus three additional membership accounts. Each signer can customize their view of MDSB so that they can consolidate their personal and business accounts into one online banking session.
Only memberships at Lake View Credit Union can be consolidated.
Consolidated accounts are only visible to the signer who combines them and to their authorized delegates. This ensures that even when there are multiple signers on a single account, each signer can only see their own accounts and not those consolidated by another signer.
While your accounts and transaction information will be accessible via one login, the following services will only be accessible from the accounts you originally set them up in: e-Statements and CRA information. You can continue to access them using the same login information you always have.
Simply click ‘Remove’ from the options beside the membership number listed in the Account Consolidation Manager. This action does not affect the membership account which was removed. You can access that membership account by logging into it separately.
Many small businesses and organizations require two people to approve payments and transfers from business accounts. Our dual signature feature brings this process online by allowing members to have two signers in online banking approve transactions from an account before they can be completed.
Members can have up to 9 signers at one time; the same authorized signatories established on the membership for in-branch and cheque signing. The dual signature feature allows any two of those signers to be required to sign-off on any single transaction.
Yes, transactions set up in MDSB will require approval from two authorized signers. If your delegate initiates a transaction to transfer funds, two signers must give their approval.
Delegates initiate transactions that require approval from signers. Initiating a transaction involves setting up the transaction by entering information such as the type of payment, account to transfer from, payee, amount, and the payment date. Transactions created by a delegate become Pending Transactions and require approval from one signer (or two signers if two are required). Once the signer(s) approves the transaction, it will clear the account as a completed transaction.
When a transaction is initiated, it is assigned a Pending Number which the initiator can use as a reference for follow up. Once the transaction is approved and completed, the pending number is replaced with a Conﬁrmation Number.
Transactions created by a delegate require a signer to approve the transaction. In the Transaction Manager prior to the approval, the transaction heading displays "Transfer - 0 of 1 Approved" which means that approval is required on the transaction from one signer to complete the transaction. For transactions which require two signatures, this heading will display “0 of 2”. When one of the signers approves the transaction, the display is changed to “1 of 2” and will require the other signer to approve the transaction before it is complete.
A transaction can be cancelled by the initiator of that transaction by recalling that transaction. This can be done within the Transaction Manager for any transactions still listed under the 'Transactions Require Approval from Others' section. Any transactions that have already been approved or rejected cannot be recalled.
You can create similar transactions simply by clicking 'Create a Similar Transaction' for any transactions listed under 'Rejected, Expired, or Recalled Transactions'. Simply enter the new information and click 'Submit'.
The Payment Date of an initiated transaction is determined by the initiator but keep in mind, the signer must approve the transaction before the Payment Date passes or the transaction expires.
No, the signer only has to approve the recurring transaction upon its initial set-up.
After a transaction is posted, it isn't possible to determine which delegate initiated the transaction and which signer approved the transaction. We'd suggest putting an internal process in place to track this information if it is important to you.
Transactions expire if they are not approved within 7 days of being created. Scheduled payments expire if they are not approved before the Payment Date.
Click on ‘Invoicing’ in the left-hand side bar and then click the button ‘Create New Invoice’.
On the ‘Create Invoice’ page, select the drop-down arrow under 'Customer' and click 'Add New Customer'. Enter the customer details and hit 'Save Customer'.
Click the 'Business Settings' link under Invoicing in the left -hand side bar. Update your business information and hit 'Save Business' to save the updates.
On the ‘Create New Invoice’ page, click on the box which has 'Add Company Logo' and select a ﬁle from your computer/mobile device to upload. If you already have a company logo on your invoice, simply click on the logo and double click the image you wish to upload.
Click the 'Business Tax Settings' link under 'Invoicing' on the left-hand side bar. To add a new tax, click the '+Add New Tax' link, enter the details and click the check mark to save. To edit a tax, click the pencil icon next to the tax you wish to update and click the check mark to save the updates . To delete a tax, click the garbage bin icon next to the tax you wish to delete. You can also add taxes directly to an invoice when creating a new invoice; when you add a line item, select the tax drop-down and click 'Add Tax+', enter the details and click 'Add New Tax' to save.
You will need to create your taxes in order to see them. See Question 5 above for more information.
If the invoice has been sent, the tax on the invoice will not be affected and will remain the same as when you sent the invoice. If the tax you are updating is in use on a draft invoice, this tax will be affected. You will see a pop up warning you that once you save this updated tax, the tax will also be updated on draft invoices.
You can unmatch an invoice from a deposit immediately after you have matched it by clicking on the 'Unmatch' link on the conﬁrmation bubble. You can also unmatch an invoice from a deposit on the ‘Recent Invoices’ tab; click on the ‘Actions’ drop-down box next to an invoice which has a status of PAID, click ‘Unmatch’ to unmatch this invoice from all deposits. The invoice status will update from PAID to SENT.
While on the ‘Matches’ tab, click on the invoice you wish to reconcile. Click the 'Advanced Search' link; you can ﬁlter by deposit amount, date range and deposit type in order to search for a speciﬁc deposit.
Yes, you will automatically receive a PDF copy of an invoice you have emailed to your customer. The email will be sent to the email address speciﬁed in your business proﬁle.
Click the 'Account Settings' link under 'Invoicing', click the 'Deregister' link and conﬁrm the deregistration. Please note that you will need to download your invoicing information prior to deregistering.
Click on ‘Invoicing’ on the left-hand side bar, click on the ‘Account Settings’ link, and click the 'Register' link in order to re-register for Invoicing.
Navigate to your Invoicing dashboard by clicking on ‘Invoicing’ on the left-hand side bar, click the Excel icon to download to Excel or click on the printer icon to download to PDF. These icons are located to the right of the Recent Invoices/Matches tabs on the dashboard.
You can set your ﬁscal year in your business settings. Click on the 'Business Settings' link under 'Invoicing' on the left- hand side bar, update your ﬁscal year and click 'Save Business' to save the updates.
No, you cannot delete a sent invoice, you can only delete an invoice which has a status of DRAFT. You can cancel a sent invoice by clicking on the actions drop-down next to the invoice and selecting 'Cancel Invoice'. Canceling an invoice does not send any notiﬁcation to the customer.
Your customer will not be notiﬁed if you cancel an invoice.
You can apply a manual payment to an invoice which has a status of SENT or OVERDUE. Click on the Actions drop-down on the invoice you wish to make the payment, select 'Apply Payment'. Enter the payment details and select 'Apply Payment'. The invoice status will automatically update to PAID status.
You do not need to enter an invoice number every time you create a new invoice, this number will be automatically generated and will auto increment for each invoice. Users can manually update the invoice number and they can edit the automatically generated invoice number.
At this point, you cannot future date an invoice. Invoices can only have today's date or a date in the past.
In order to save an invoice as a draft, you have to click the 'Save as Draft' link on the Create Invoice page, otherwise your invoice will not be saved as draft.