An ACOL client account provides access to supported government services. There are two key aspects to an account:
- Financial: An account tracks funds that you use to pay online government transaction fees, such as fees for registrations and searches. Funds may be deposited to your account by electronic fund transfer, cheque, or credit card. Your Account Statement enables you to monitor all account activity.
- User Access: An account enables one or more users to perform online transactions via the Internet. You can define the access privileges per user, including granting or revoking access as required.
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