March 16, 2018
Notice of Reduction of Transfer Limit for Customers Who Have Not Made Money Transfers via Direct Banking Service for Certain Period
Thank you for your continuing use of the Seven Bank.
For enhanced security, we will reduce the transfer limit under the Direct Banking Service for customers who have not made money transfers via the Direct Banking Service for a certain period as of May 2018.
The transfer limit under the Direct Banking Service will be reduced to 1,000,000 yen during the period from May 22, to May 31, 2018, for the following customers.
Customers subject to reduction
Customers will be subject to the reduction of the transfer limit if they fall under all of the following conditions:
- Have not used the Smartphone Authentication Service as of a point in time designated by Seven Bank within the period from May 22, to May 31, 2018 (hereinafter the "base point");
- Have not made money transfers via the Direct Banking Service within the period from April 1, 2017, to the base point;
- Are eligible to make money transfers for up to 1,010,000 yen as of the base point.* This notice is being sent to customers who are likely to fall under all of the above conditions as of April 11, 2018.
- *You will be exempt from the reduction of the transfer limit if you have used the Smartphone Authentication Service as of the base point.
Smartphone Authentication Service
The Smartphone Authentication Service is a mechanism for allowing your identity to be verified through the operation of your smartphone, offering a more secure and more convenient way to use our Direct Banking Service.This service is available free of charge.
For more details about the description and method of using the Smartphone Authentication.
Change of the transfer limit under the Direct Banking Service
Log in to the Direct Banking Service website, and you can change the transfer limit via the "Customer Service" page.
We will continue our efforts to guarantee our customers' safety and convenience in using Seven Bank accounts.We appreciate and look forward to your continued patronage."