FAQ

You can add to third-party applications only payment accounts that are available via the Internet and are included in the PSD 2 product hierarchy.

In order for the addition of account to work properly, it is important to have everything set up correctly. The settings vary depending on the type of person (natural person, natural person - entrepreneur or legal entity).

Are you a natural person (FO) or a natural person - entrepreneur (FOP)?

To use third-party applications, you must have given global consent for third-party access. You set it up in the Third Party Administration application. If you are a natural person - entrepreneur, it is first of all necessary to have the application approved by the account owner in the Business Accounts Access tab.

You can access the Third Party Administration application from your Internet banking (George, SERVIS 24) in the Settings/Third Party Administration section.

  1. Once you have given the consent, you return to the third-party application and enter your login data for access to Internet banking on the Česká spořitelna screen.
  2. You will then be offered the accounts for which you are registered as the owner. In the case of FOP, even the accounts where you are registered as a joint holder.
  3. Confirm the account selection by clicking Enable.

If an account is not displayed, check your joint holder authorisations. You will not be able to add an account if you only have passive rights to the account you want to add, for example to a PISP*/CISP** payment application or an AISP*** application that shows transaction history.

* Payment Initiation Service Provider (these applications enter the payment order for the client).
** Card-Based Payment Instrument Issuer (licensed to issue payment cards, e.g. Tesco).
*** Account Information Service Provider (these applications obtain information about the balance and transaction history of the client).

Are you an entrepreneur (PO)?

You just need to have active BUSINESS 24 and authorised third-party approval.

  1. The authorisation for third-party approval can be requested by the statutory representative from their banker, with whom they sign an amendment to the BUSINESS 24 contract. In the contract, they shall designate the relevant authorised person and grant it authorisation to the Third-Party Approval activities.
  2. The authorised person can then set itself in BUSINESS 24 the authorisations for individual joint holders to use third parties (in the menu Settings/User settings/User rights settings – Activities – Third-party approval). In the case that joint acting of authorised persons is set up, the request falls into the administrative storage and waits for a co-authorisation signature.
  3. Then the joint holders must grant global consent in the Third Party Administration application.

You can access the Third Party Administration application from your Internet banking BUSINESS 24 in the Settings/Third Party Administration section.

  • The authorised person then approves the selected application in the Third Party Administration (here, the joint acting of authorised persons does not apply).
  • The joint holder can then link the required account in the third-party application. He/she selects the link to ČS, enters the login data to BUSINESS 24 and then selects the required accounts.

If an account is not displayed, check your joint holder authorisations. You will not be able to add an account if you only have passive rights to the account you want to add, for example to a PISP*/CISP** payment application or an AISP*** application that shows transaction history.

* Payment Initiation Service Provider (these applications enter the payment order for the client).
** Card-Based Payment Instrument Issuer (licensed to issue payment cards, e.g. Tesco).
*** Account Information Service Provider (these applications obtain information about the balance and transaction history of the client).

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