When you log into Online Banking for the first time after our upgrade, you will be required to enter your EXISTING Login ID and Security Code (see below).
Your LOGON ID is your existing online banking login ID. Your Logon ID must contain at least 6 characters. If your login ID is less than 6 characters, you must enter leading zeros to make it the minimum 6 characters.
Your SECURITY CODE is the word security in lower case letters + the last 4-digits of the Primary Account Holder’s Social Security Number.
Example: If the last 4-digits of the Social Security Number are 1234 then your Security Code is security1234
You will be prompted to change your Security Code after first time login in.
If you experience an “unable to validate” error message, then you should delete cookies and cache from your browser. You can also try the login on a different browser. Deleting Cookies and Cache is usually found on your browser’s settings under “privacy”.
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