Take care of your day-to-day banking, any time of day.
Transfer money to
other local banks
Transfer money between
Turn credit cards
on or off
Quickly login with
touch ID or Face ID
View account balance
Lightweight for less wait.
We optimized the app for size and speed.
Fast load time means you
can start banking sooner
Small app size leaves
more room for more apps
Improved stability for a
more seamless experience
How we keep your money safe
From sign in to sign out, your financial information and privacy is protected by our high-security systems.
Serious about your security.
Your money is protected by multiple layers of security.
Sign in security you can control
Update your password and change your security questions.
Biometric sign in
Support for fingerprint and face recognition sign in (depending on your device and OS).
Data encryption keeps
your financial information safe
verifies your identity
Notifications keep you
aware of your transactions
We designed the new app to be accessible for everyone. From dynamic font sizing to screen reader compatibility, we considered a diverse range of abilities so that more people can bank the way they want.
Right for you if:
You want the convenience of full banking services through ATMs at home and abroad
- Get started
Mobile Banking — banking on the go
To access Scotia Mobile banking1, all you need is an Internet-enabled mobile device and your ScotiaCard Visa Debit card.
Just visit www.scotiamobile.com/tt in your mobile device's browser and log in using your ScotiaCard Visa Debit number and your Scotia OnLine password.
Talk. Browse. Bank. With the Scotia Mobile App
We're excited to offer you a new way to bank with us! Using the Scotia Mobile App, you can find your nearest Scotiabank branch and ATM, do your banking, check our latest promotional campaigns, and contact us, all straight from the app.
The Scotia Mobile app is available in English and Spanish.
Your Mobile Security Guarantee and Safe Mobile Practices
We will fully reimburse you in the unlikely event that you suffer direct financial losses due to unauthorised activity2 in your accounts through Scotia Mobile, provided you have met your security responsibilities. See our Mobile Guarantee.
When banking with your mobile device we strongly advise you to:
Secure your mobile phone with a password
Never store your banking passwords on your phone
Learn more about how to protect your information online.
Here's what you can do with your Scotia Mobile App:
With Scotia Mobile, you can manage your banking needs from any mobile device with internet access. It's safe, secure and available to anyone with a ScotiaCard or a Scotiabank credit card.
Here are just a few of the things you can do on your mobile device:
Check your account details, pay bills, transfer funds
Receive real time top up credit on your pre-paid mobile device
Find the nearest branches and ATMs in your country
Learn about products, services and the ways to bank with Scotiabank
Share this app with your friends
Contact us right from the App on your smartphone
Getting set up is easy
If you're already a registered Scotia OnLine user, you are set up to use Scotia Mobile banking.
Not registered in Scotia OnLine?
Give it a try
Experience banking on the go for yourself. Check out our Scotia Mobile Banking Demo now
Download our free mobile app
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"Unauthorised activity" means a transaction that was carried out in your Scotiabank account through Scotia OnLine without your permission, authorisation or knowledge and where it can be established that you are a victim of fraud, theft or coercion.