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Home Banking Self-resetting Password Feature Dec. 19, 2012

Beginning Wednesday, December 19, 2012 a much-asked-for new feature will be available on our Home Banking platform, the ability to reset your own password.

The next time you log into Home banking on or after December 19th, a pop up screen will appear that looks like below.

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By saying "Yes" and completing this form, the next time you forget your password, you will be able to reset your own by clicking on the "Forgot Your Password" link and answering the security question you chose. 

Once you complete this page, you will see the next pop up box confirming your information.

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After you click "Continue" you will see this final pop up message.

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You can then click on "Main Menu" to review your accounts. 

If you say "NO" to choosing and answering your Security Question to reset your password - you run the risk of not being able to reset your password immediately.  For example, if you chose not to set up your security question previously and then discovered later on you needed to reset your password, after answering the questions, because of security conditions, you would not be able to reset your password until the following day.  If you set up your security question the first time you are asked, there will be no lag time to reset your password.

If you have any questions regarding this new feature of Greater Minnesota Credit Union's Home Banking site, please call 800.808.2830 or eMail at
info@gmcu.com.

 Home Banking / NetTeller MemberConnect Mandatory Access Code Change

Greater Minnesota Credit Union takes the security of its members very seriously.  We are constantly researching “best practices” to ensure that we are doing everything we can to mitigate fraud on
member accounts.

It is with this in mind that beginning October 12, 2011 members will need to begin changing their Access Code on our Home Banking login page every six months.  The next time you attempt to login in to Home Banking after October 12, 2011 it will require you to change your Access Code using the following parameters:
 • Must include at least one letter AND one symbol OR number,
 • Cannot use previous two Access Codes;
 • The same number, letter or symbol cannot appear more than five times in the Access Code;
 • Must use at least one new character in your new Access Code;
 • Must be between 4 and 20 characters long.

For more information please call 800.808.2830.

Home Banking Login Passwords

In an effort to continuously provide our members with the highest level of Internet banking security, Greater Minnesota  Credit Union will be requiring members who use Home Banking (NetTeller Member Connect) to change their Login Password more frequently.

“It’s a matter of member security” said Eric Kepschull, IT  manager for Greater Minnesota Credit  Union.  “Using the same password for an extended amount of time only increases the chance of Identity Theft.  Especially if the password you use for Home Banking is the same one you use for other logins.”

The mandated password change will take place randomly, meaning you may not be prompted to change your password the next time you go to the Login Page for Home Banking but it could be the next time or even the one after that.

Not only will you be asked to enter a new password that MUST contain both letters and numbers, but you will also need to select three (3) “challenge” questions that only you would know the answers to.  All of these changes are among “Best Practice” procedures for financial institutions to ensure the safety of your accounts.  If you have any questions, please call 800.808.2830 for more information.

On-Line Services: Convenient and Secure
 
GMCU offers a variety of convenient services on-line. Through VeriSign's Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, the standard for secure communications on the Web, your personal data submitted through our web-based applications is sent to a secure database and is encrypted to protect your privacy.

GMCU Online Bill Pay (A Free Service*)
Save time and money by using GMCU's Online Bill Pay Service.  A free service with any GMCU checking account! (*Free to active bill pay accounts).

Bill Pay FAQ's

GMCU eStatements
Receive your eStatement quickly and securely via e-mail notification.  Then access your statement through NetTeller MemberConnect 24/7 from the Internet.  

We are continually expanding our suite of convenient on-line services. Through GMCU Online you may access your account to transfer money between accounts, make payments on loans, balance your checkbook or just check balances.

 To apply for GMCU ONLINE, stop in your local GMCU office and ask for an application or call 800.808.2830 and they will assist you.  For more information, click here. 

 

Apply for a GMCU Loan from Home

If you have not had a loan through Greater Minnesota Credit Union, we offer members a convenient and secure on-line loan application process. GMCU encourages you to take advantage of this service to submit standard loan application information when it is most convenient for you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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