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HOME BANKING USERS

 When you do a transfer from now on you will get an automated email confirming the transaction. Please see the following for examples.

Sample:  transfer from Draft account (Checking) to a Loan:

Recently a transfer for $80.00 from account DFx to account LNx was completed.

Please do not reply to this message via e-mail. This address is automated, unattended, and cannot help with questions or requests. If you feel this posting was in error, please contact the credit union at kris@centurionfcu.com

Sample: transfer from Share (savings) to your Christmas club account:

 Recently a transfer for $10.00 from account SHx to account CLx was completed.

Please do not reply to this message via e-mail. This address is automated, unattended, and cannot help with questions or requests. If you feel this posting was in error, please contact the credit union at kris@centurionfcu.com

 
Home Banking Help

Have you been locked out of your online account? Just put your email in the settings tab on the home banking page and you will be able to access your account again! If you have any questions just call any branch and ask a teller how to do it.

For anyone that can’t get back on with home banking, if you email kris@centurionfcu.com and tell him your account number he will unlock you and email you back a password. If you only need to be unlocked please specify for an even quicker response. Members who give Kris a wrong account number to unlock will have their inquiries turned over to the Supervisory Chair for security purposes.

Locked Out?

You will now be able to reset your own passwords for online banking! When you click on the home banking link, you will see on the bottom of the page under your login information a new link that says click here to reset your password. This link will take you to a form where you can send yourself a temporary password and reset the account if you get locked out. Just put in your email address in the settings section on the home banking page.

 

Home Banking Update

Monday October 3rd 2011, we made a change to HomeBanking. We introduced a new screen during login, that asks the member to fill in their email address if they haven’t already. This screen will come up after extended security before the credit union message.

The screen will look like this:

This email address will be used for E-Statement notifications, member self unlock feature, and future member communication needs.

Let me take a moment to clarify a few things. With the recent E-Statement changes we purposely removed the email prompt during the enrollment process for a couple reasons. First, the email address entered on that screen was bound for E-Statements and wasn’t really accessible in different areas of HomeBanking. Second, because of that we saw the confusion there would be if we had that screen with a section like the Settings page: the member would wonder why I have to fill this out again. So we removed the old E-Statement enrollment prompt and reworked things behind the scenes to work off of the Settings page.

We’ve also added a checkbox on the email prompt screen during login to allow a member to not enter an email address.

If you opt out if this or if you don’t participate with a legitimate email, then the following will be affected:

-Member self unlock feature
-E-Statement notifications
-Future items from HomeBanking where the email address will be needed.

Keep in mind that CMS won’t sell or solicit their email address, and it’s stored in an encrypted format too.

Have a great day everyone!

Jordan,
CMS

HOME BANKING USERS

 When you do a transfer from now on you will get an automated email confirming the transaction. Please see the following for examples.

Sample:  transfer from Draft account (Checking) to a Loan:

Recently a transfer for $80.00 from account DFx to account LNx was completed.

Please do not reply to this message via e-mail. This address is automated, unattended, and cannot help with questions or requests. If you feel this posting was in error, please contact the credit union at kris@centurionfcu.com

Sample: transfer from Share (savings) to your Christmas club account:

 Recently a transfer for $10.00 from account SHx to account CLx was completed.

Please do not reply to this message via e-mail. This address is automated, unattended, and cannot help with questions or requests. If you feel this posting was in error, please contact the credit union at kris@centurionfcu.com

 
Home Banking Help

Have you been locked out of your online account? Just put your email in the settings tab on the home banking page and you will be able to access your account again! If you have any questions just call any branch and ask a teller how to do it.

For anyone that can’t get back on with home banking, if you email kris@centurionfcu.com and tell him your account number he will unlock you and email you back a password. If you only need to be unlocked please specify for an even quicker response. Members who give Kris a wrong account number to unlock will have their inquiries turned over to the Supervisory Chair for security purposes.

Locked Out?

You will now be able to reset your own passwords for online banking! When you click on the home banking link, you will see on the bottom of the page under your login information a new link that says click here to reset your password. This link will take you to a form where you can send yourself a temporary password and reset the account if you get locked out. Just put in your email address in the settings section on the home banking page.

 

Home Banking Update

Monday October 3rd 2011, we made a change to HomeBanking. We introduced a new screen during login, that asks the member to fill in their email address if they haven’t already. This screen will come up after extended security before the credit union message.

The screen will look like this:

This email address will be used for E-Statement notifications, member self unlock feature, and future member communication needs.

Let me take a moment to clarify a few things. With the recent E-Statement changes we purposely removed the email prompt during the enrollment process for a couple reasons. First, the email address entered on that screen was bound for E-Statements and wasn’t really accessible in different areas of HomeBanking. Second, because of that we saw the confusion there would be if we had that screen with a section like the Settings page: the member would wonder why I have to fill this out again. So we removed the old E-Statement enrollment prompt and reworked things behind the scenes to work off of the Settings page.

We’ve also added a checkbox on the email prompt screen during login to allow a member to not enter an email address.

If you opt out if this or if you don’t participate with a legitimate email, then the following will be affected:

-Member self unlock feature
-E-Statement notifications
-Future items from HomeBanking where the email address will be needed.

Keep in mind that CMS won’t sell or solicit their email address, and it’s stored in an encrypted format too.

Have a great day everyone!

Jordan,
CMS