The clip begins with a static top-down shot of a desktop. A notebook appears with "To do list" written at the top. The tip of a potted plant sits above the notebook next to a cup of coffee. A hand reaches across the screen and moves a pair of glasses that are located next to a pen.
You can add another layer of security to your Schwab account by requiring verification through your mobile device…
"Set up two-factor verification" appears next to a box under "To do list."
…each time you log in—be sure you've downloaded the Schwab Mobile app and have logged in at least once.
The frame cuts to a full screenshot of the Schwab.com client Account Summary page. Accounts, Trade, Research, Products, Guidance, and Service appear in the navigation bar at the top of the screen.
To set up this feature, roll over "Profile" and click "Security Settings."
The curser rolls over "Profile," then clicks on "Security Settings" from the dropdown menu in the navigation.
In the "Two-step Verification" section, choose "Always at login" and then "Schwab app."
A new page loads with security details listed on the screen. The cursor clicks "Always at login" located under "Two-step Verification."
A pop up appears with the title "Schwab app" next to a circle with a check mark and the text, "Schwab app is enabled for two-step verification." There's a button that says, "OK" in the bottom right-hand corner.
Now, each time you log in, you will receive a notification to verify your identity through your mobile device.
Upbeat music plays in the background.
We cut back to the top-down shot of the desktop, zoomed in a bit closer to "To do list" in the notebook. We see a checkmark animate in the box next to "Set up two-factor verification" indicating that the task has been complete.
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