Is GCKey The Same As CRA Login?

What is a GCKey used for?

A GCKey lets you securely access the Government of Canada’s online services.

It includes a username and password that you choose.

You also must create security questions.

This keeps your data secure and lets you recover your account..

What happens if you revoke your GCKey?

Remember: When you revoke your GCKey, you will not be able to use it for any Government of Canada service.

Does CRA use GCKey?

Can I use my GCKey to access online services at the CRA? No. … Government credential – CRA user ID and password. Credentials with financial institutions – refer to the list of sign-in partners currently available.

What is a GCKey ID?

A GCKey is a unique electronic credential issued by the Government of Canada for use with online Government services. … a GCKey ID. a Personal Access Code (PAC)

Is CRA and Service Canada the same?

These are different services from each of two Federal government agencies. CRA provides tax information. Service Canada deals with EI CPP OAS and other services.

Should I use GCKey or sign in partner?

GCKey is a Government of Canada managed service that uses electronic credentials (usernames and passwords) so you can access federal government services online. The GCKey service can be used for those who do not have, or choose not to use their online banking credentials with a Sign-in Partner (SecureKey Concierge).

How do I get a GCKey?

To register for a GCKey, go to the sign in page and click the “Continue to GCKey” button. Then, choose a user name and a password. It’ll ask you to create security questions.

How do I know if I have a CRA account?

Tax Tip: Not Sure if you have a CRA My Account?Initial sign up using personal data including date of birth, postal code, social insurance number and a selected line number from a previous tax return.Receipt and entry of a unique 8 digit security code which is sent via Canada Post by CRA after initial sign up is completed.

Is my CRA account number my sin?

Just add the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) as a payee, and then add your account number carefully to avoid a lost or misapplied payment (your account number is your social insurance number).

How do I find my Service Canada access code?

If you applied for or are receiving EI, your EI Access Code was sent you when applied. It can be found on your first benefit statement. If you cannot find your EI Access Code, call 1-800-206-7218 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm local time or go to your Service Canada Office (you will be required to verify your identity).

How do I access my roe from Service Canada?

Recover access to your ROE Web accountEnter your User Reference Number and click Continue.Answer your three security questions and click Continue.On the confirmation page, click Continue to start using your new user name and password to access your ROE Web account.

Can I Access My Service Canada Account from my CRA account?

If you are registered for CRA’s My Account you can securely access ESDC’s My Service Canada Account without having to login or revalidate your identity. The link will take you directly to your My Service Canada Account within a single secure session, without having to sign in or register with MSCA.

What is GCKey user ID and password?

A GCKey is a unique credential (username/password) that allows access to, and protects your communication with, online Government of Canada programs and services. Take note that once you have accessed the saved application form with your GCKey, only that GCKey will be able to access the form.

Can Service Canada call you?

1 800 O-Canada is a general information service and does not usually make unsolicited attempts to contact Canadians. In very rare cases, Service Canada may unexpectedly contact you in the course of delivering Government of Canada services.

How do I access My Service Canada Account?

If you do not have an account, choose an option to register:Register with GCKey. Use GCKey to access multiple Government of Canada online services.Register with your bank. Use your online banking sign in information (Sign-in Partner).Register with your province* Use your provincial digital ID.