We're excited to inform you that our new Online Banking Platform is here! Here is some information to help you get started.
We think you will enjoy the convenience of:
- Single sign-on for online and mobile banking
- Consistency across all devices
- Logging in with two-factor authentication
- Adding notes, tags, and pictures to your transactions
Why did digital banking change?
You spoke and we listened. We are now simplifying our online and mobile banking into one platform. Our new digital banking experience provides convenience with enhanced security, new features and functionality.
Do I need to re-enroll in digital banking on the new system?
There is no need to enroll in digital banking if you have previously enrolled in online banking. Log in with your existing online banking credentials on either the digital banking website or the new mobile banking app. If you are having trouble logging in, you can reset your password to recover access to your account.
If you have not previously used online banking, then you will have to go through the enrollment process.
How do I access digital banking?
You can access the new digital banking and your account on a desktop, laptop, mobile phone, or other internet-accessible device. Simply log in with your existing online banking credentials to both online and mobile banking. There are two access points:
- Visit our website and click Log In to get started
- Download the NEW mobile banking app from the Google Play or Apple Store
Note: You will not be able to access the website via old bookmarks or the previous mobile banking app.
What is 2-Factor Authentication and why is it used by the digital banking system?
Two-Factor Authentication is a security measure that allows you to request a one-time access code to log in to digital banking. The code enhances the security by creating an added layer on top of your unique username and password. This security process helps to verify you and better protect your credentials and the accounts you can access.
When I log into digital banking, do I need to get a confirmation code every time I log in?
No. Check the “Don’t ask for codes again on this computer” box if you do not want to receive a confirmation code or phone call each time you log in. If you prefer to input a confirmation code with each use, you can leave the box unchecked or use the 2-Factor Authentication app to deliver the code.
Note: If you ever want to remove a device and reset your security settings, you can change them in settings once logged in to digital banking.
How can I log in to digital banking if I can't get a verification code through text message?
Two-Factor authentication uses a unique one-time access code to verify identity and log on to digital banking. If you are unable to receive text (SMS) messages, you can choose to receive your access code via a phone call.
- On the verification code screen click Try another way located beneath the Verify button
- Select Phone Call and click Next
- You will receive an automated phone call that will provide your access code (Have a pen and paper ready)
- Return to the verification code screen
- Enter your access code and click Verify
If you are still having trouble, contact the credit union to ensure we have the correct phone number on file.
Can I use an email for two-factor authentication?
An email and a phone number are required for the two-step authentication. The one-time access code will be sent via text or phone call. The phone number must match our records for the additional security layer to work correctly.