eServices FAQs

Use eServices to file reports of exempt distribution, find exemptions and orders, research exemption orders,  and to submit or track an exemption application.

You must file the Form 45-106F1 electronically using the BCSC eServices web-based filing system for exempt distributions. Refer to: BCI 13-502.

If you filed your original report using the BCSC eServices on the BCSC website, you must amend your report online.

View the Managing eServices Access Fact Sheet.

Sample questions answered in this fact sheet include:

  1. How do I give another user access to a particular report in eServices?
  2. Why would I give access to another eServices user?
  3. Is Manage Access available to the public?

View the Registering for eServices Fact Sheet.

Questions answered in this fact sheet include include:

  1. Do I need to register to use BCSC eServices?
  2. What information do I need to provide to register as an eServices user?
  3. Can I register on eServices for more than one company?

View the Searching for Exempt Distribution Reports Fact Sheet.

Questions answered in this fact sheet include:

  1. How do I find submitted reports, offering memorandum or technical reports by other issuers?
  2. How do I know if an offering memorandum has been filed?

View the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Fact Sheet.

Questions answered in this fact sheet include:

  1. How do I register to pay by electronic funds transfer?
  2. What if the option to pay by electronic funds transfer is not available?
  3. Who do I contact if I have any questions about electronic funds transfer?

View the Submitting a Saved Exempt Distribution Report Fact Sheet.

Questions answered in this fact sheet include:

  1. How can I submit a saved report?
  2. How long does the saved report stay on eServices?

View the Other Tips for Using eServices Fact Sheet.

Questions answered in this fact sheet include:

  1. Do I need to log out of eServices?
  2. How long does it take for the report to show up on the website?
  3. How do we file the report of exempt distribution in other CSA jurisdictions?

When you pay by electronic funds transfer (EFT) or credit card, you get immediate confirmation of your payment and eliminate the time and expense of paper processing. In addition, you have no cheque or fee checklist (BC Form 11-901F) to prepare, or postage to pay.

EFT is a simple banking arrangement. It is used routinely for payroll and other regular banking transactions that require security and speed.

To set up an eServices EFT arrangement, just go to EFT Sign Up on the BCSC's eServices page and follow a few simple steps. We will process your application immediately, and you will be able to pay any eServices filing by EFT the next business day.

If there are any changes to your payor or employee authorization information, you need to submit a new form.