IDs, passwords and PINs
Use these identifiers to logon to the website.
|Your User ID is a nine-digit number.|
Your password is seven alpha-numeric characters and is case sensitive.
|When a secured party creates a Secured Party Group on the PPSR, that identity is assigned its own unique SPG ID and password. You will be prompted for these identifiers when you choose to register, maintain, or discharge a financing statement. |
You will also need to enter these identifiers to make any changes to the Secured Party Group information on the website (such as an address change) or to generate reports. This information should be stored securely by the secured party.
|Your SPG ID is a four or five digit number.|
Your password is eight alpha-numeric characters and is case sensitive.
|The Financing Statement Registration Number is a unique identifier assigned to a financing statement when it is registered. |
It is visible to anyone searching the PPSR. The secured party must enter this reference number along with the Financing Statement PIN when maintaining or discharging a financing statement.
|The Financing Statement Registration Number is 16-characters long beginning with the letter F.|
It may contain the numbers 0 and 1 but it will never contain the letters O and I.
Financing Statement PIN
|The Financing Statement PIN is a unique access code assigned to a financing statement when it is registered.|
The secured party must enter this PIN (along with the Financing Statement Registration Number) when maintaining or discharging a financing statement. This PIN should be stored securely by the secured party.
|The Financing Statement PIN is an eight-digit number. |
|This PIN is assigned to a financing statement when it is registered and is included on the verification statement.|
The Debtor PIN is required if a debtor (or a person with an interest in the collateral) needs to lodge a change demand to seek a discharge of, or a correction to, a financing statement.
The debtor, or a person with an interest in the collateral, may request the debtor PIN from the secured party or from the Registrar of Personal Property Securities.
|The Debtor PIN is an eight-digit number.|