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Hi everytime I use online banking it asks me to reenter my card number and password, and each time I check off the box remember me...it just started doing this, I never had to do this before.

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    Done!!! perfect thanks a lot

  • brad_melissa Nov 10, 2010

    Done!!! perfect thanks a lot

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Hi For that you have to enable "prompt for save password " option in internet explorer. For that open internet explorer then go to tools menu->internet option->content tab->autocomplete Then enable check box of "prompt for save password" then apply. Then first time you need to click on yes when it asl for save password . Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.

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I would like to go on internet banking


Hi Marion,

To carry out banking online, you need to first sign up for the service with your bank. Once signed up, you need to connect to the bank's website where you navigate to the "Sign In" area.

Once there, you'll likely be asked for your client number and a password that you set up when you originally signed up with your bank. If you have a bank card, your client number will be displayed there. Your password you'll need to know.

Once signed in, all the services provided to you by your bank will be displayed -- namely each account, it's number and its debit/credit balance.

You'll find menu options somewhere on the page where you can carry out specific tasks such as pay bills, transfer money, etc.

Good luck.

Mar 04, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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How to avoid online banking fraud ?


1.Change your password regularly: Users must change their password after the first log-in for online banking. Besides, keep changing your password at regular intervals. Needless to say, don't disclose your password to anyone, not even the banking staff.
2.Avoid using cyber cafes for banking purposes: Avoid using the Internet banking facility from cyber cafes, libraries or from systems installed in public places. But in case it is an absolute necessity, you must clear the browser cache and delete the temporary files on the PC you've accessed the Internet from.
3.Don't use personal details in the password: Avoid using your date of birth, telephone number, address or name in your password. This practice makes your account more vulnerable to being hacked as your password can be easily guessed by just about anyone. Besides, do not leave your computer unattended while you are logged in to the bank site.
4.Don't let your browser memorise your details: Never let your computer remember your passwords, names, etc. Always disable the browser's option of storing user names and passwords.
5.Don't e-mail credit card and account details: Make it a thumb rule not to send credit card or account details via e-mail to anybody, or in response to an e-mail.
6.Shop at reputed sites only: While shopping online, please wait for a second and check if the website is an established one and a reputed name in the online shopping domain. Always check if the shopping site has a well-established permanent address.
7.Log off when finished: Always log off after Internet banking once you are done with it. You need to log out from the website and do not shut off the window in order to log off from the session.
8.Look for the padlock and the 's' in the URL: While making online payments, check whether the website is secure or not by looking for, i) a padlock symbol at the bottom of your browser, and ii) an 's' added to http in the URL. It should then be https.
9.Check the account: Whenever you make a transaction, immediately check your account and see if the right amount has been deducted or added to it. In case there is any misappropriation, inform the concerned bank immediately.
10.Don't follow the links: Always reject any e-mail that asks you to follow a link to the website of your bank. You may end up revealing your personal details on a fake bank website, from which hackers steal information.
11.Don't open multiple browsers: You must not open multiple browsers during Internet banking. Also equip your system with an up-to-date anti-virus software and have a firewall installed in it.
12.Destroy the receipts: Do not keep documents and receipts related to your online translations. They usually carry confidential personal financial information. You had better destroy or shred such documents or receipts to stop them from falling into the wrong hands.
13.Don't share your personal information on websites: You shouldn't give your e-mail address at websites without knowing how it will be used. Besides, do not share your personal information like date of birth, etc, on the Internet unnecessarily because it can be used by others to unlock or generate your account password.

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on May 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do i access my account at the local bank branch 002 when i want to find out how much is left in my account


You have to start a online bank account . after witch you will enter a account number and password , this will display all your accounts . Any accounts you have closed will be there but hidden . Make up a good password that you can remember . I do this , My name , age, street name and number. Example ,
Mark27Herbertstreet105. Your Bank will help if you if need be.

Dec 27, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Commonwealth netbank login


Visit your chosen bank's website and select the option that initiates the Net banking process. Enter your name, address and email address in the designated fields.

Provide your ATM or check card number and pin, and your Social Security Number, if required by the bank, in the format specified in the registration form.


Read the terms and conditions, which list what to expect in online banking and the bank's confidentiality policies regarding your personal information.
This section asks for your agreement--check the box provided to indicate your agreement. Proceed to create your log-in name and password, which you'll use to access your account online.

Create a strong password that uses both numbers and letters.
You must provide a security question, which the bank will use to retrieve your log-in details in case you forget it.


Complete the registration form.
Log in to your account using your ID and password, and check the account details.

Feb 21, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Online banking log in


Many banks have introduced online banking services in recent years.
These systems offer a high level of convenience to bank customers, allowing them to perform many banking functions from the privacy of their homes via the Internet.
Most online banking systems offer the ability to get account information, pay bills, make transfers between accounts, stop payment on checks and view current and previous statements.
If you've not yet enrolled in an online banking program but are considering doing so, the following information may be of assistance.

Selection

If you bank at a small bank or savings and loan, you may want to switch to a larger institution for your online banking needs.
Online banking systems are complex and expensive to implement and maintain, and smaller banks generally don't have the funds and other resources necessary to offer top-notch online banking services.
By contrast, large banks like Citibank, Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo have had online systems for many years, have steadily improved them, and have the resources to expand their functions and maintain them well.
Also, you'll want to choose a bank that does not charge for online banking.
The banks named above all offer online banking for free.
Sign Up
Some banks require you to fill out a special application to enroll in their online banking systems but many do not.
The banks named in the previous section all allow any customer to access their online banking systems without a special application.
The first time you log on, you'll be prompted to enter your identifying information, such as your account number, ATM card number or Social Security number.
You'll be asked to choose a user name and password, which should both be items that you can easily remember.
Your password should be different from the PIN code that you use at the bank's ATMs.
Account Setup
You'll probably want to use your online banking system to pay bills, so you should gather all of your regular bills and set aside some time to enter the information about them into the system.
Also, make a list of your other expenses, like your rent or mortgage, car loan and other obligations for which you may not receive a statement, and write down the addresses where you normally send your payments.
Then go online and enter the data into the system.
Many online banking systems are already set up to pay many merchants, banks and other creditors electronically, and most have a search capability that allows you to find these organizations on their systems.
You probably will not need to enter the payment address for these organizations, but you'll still need to enter the correct account number from your statement.
Security
Make word documents of bank details BSB and Account numbers and save them in my documents to copy and paste them in when logging in to avoid spyware and keyloggers.
Recurring Payments
Most online banking systems have the ability to make recurring payments of a fixed amount at a regular interval that you specify.
This is especially useful when paying things like your rent, mortgage or car loan, which are usually the same amount each month and due at the same time of the month.
If you schedule a recurring payment, you won't need to worry about making your payment each month, as it will be made automatically for you.
However, if the amounts and/or due dates change, you'll need to go online and adjust them accordingly.
Other Functions
Virtually all online banking systems offer the ability to transfer money between accounts at the bank, or even to and from accounts at other institutions.
If you've made a practice of putting money in a savings account on regular basis, you can usually set up a recurring transfer for that amount, or, if you prefer, you can do it on an ad hoc basis.
Many systems offer a variety of other functions, such as obtaining copies of statements and canceled checks, issuing a stop payment, and ordering new checks.
Once you sign up for online banking, spend some time exploring your system and acquaint yourself with the various functions it offers.

Sep 28, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Trying to go online banking so confusing as usual with most companys because of all the gargon that you need


Which bank ?
usually you have to create an online banking with the bank either contact them by phone or in person.
Set Up Online Banking
Many banks have introduced online banking services in recent years.
These systems offer a high level of convenience to bank customers, allowing them to perform many banking functions from the privacy of their homes via the Internet.
Most online banking systems offer the ability to get account information, pay bills, make transfers between accounts, stop payment on checks and view current and previous statements.
If you've not yet enrolled in an online banking program but are considering doing so, the following information may be of assistance.

Selection

If you bank at a small bank or savings and loan, you may want to switch to a larger institution for your online banking needs.
Online banking systems are complex and expensive to implement and maintain, and smaller banks generally don't have the funds and other resources necessary to offer top-notch online banking services.
By contrast, large banks like Citibank, Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo have had online systems for many years, have steadily improved them, and have the resources to expand their functions and maintain them well.
Also, you'll want to choose a bank that does not charge for online banking.
The banks named above all offer online banking for free.
Sign Up
Some banks require you to fill out a special application to enroll in their online banking systems but many do not.
The banks named in the previous section all allow any customer to access their online banking systems without a special application.
The first time you log on, you'll be prompted to enter your identifying information, such as your account number, ATM card number or Social Security number.
You'll be asked to choose a user name and password, which should both be items that you can easily remember.
Your password should be different from the PIN code that you use at the bank's ATMs.
Account Setup
You'll probably want to use your online banking system to pay bills, so you should gather all of your regular bills and set aside some time to enter the information about them into the system.
Also, make a list of your other expenses, like your rent or mortgage, car loan and other obligations for which you may not receive a statement, and write down the addresses where you normally send your payments.
Then go online and enter the data into the system.
Many online banking systems are already set up to pay many merchants, banks and other creditors electronically, and most have a search capability that allows you to find these organizations on their systems.
You probably will not need to enter the payment address for these organizations, but you'll still need to enter the correct account number from your statement.
Security
Make word documents of bank details BSB and Account numbers and save them in my documents to copy and paste them in when logging in to avoid spyware and keyloggers.
Recurring Payments
Most online banking systems have the ability to make recurring payments of a fixed amount at a regular interval that you specify.
This is especially useful when paying things like your rent, mortgage or car loan, which are usually the same amount each month and due at the same time of the month.
If you schedule a recurring payment, you won't need to worry about making your payment each month, as it will be made automatically for you.
However, if the amounts and/or due dates change, you'll need to go online and adjust them accordingly.
Other Functions
Virtually all online banking systems offer the ability to transfer money between accounts at the bank, or even to and from accounts at other institutions.
If you've made a practice of putting money in a savings account on regular basis, you can usually set up a recurring transfer for that amount, or, if you prefer, you can do it on an ad hoc basis.
Many systems offer a variety of other functions, such as obtaining copies of statements and canceled checks, issuing a stop payment, and ordering new checks.
Once you sign up for online banking, spend some time exploring your system and acquaint yourself with the various functions it offers.

Sep 19, 2013 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

On line banking


Many banks have introduced online banking services in recent years.
These systems offer a high level of convenience to bank customers, allowing them to perform many banking functions from the privacy of their homes via the Internet.
Most online banking systems offer the ability to get account information, pay bills, make transfers between accounts, stop payment on checks and view current and previous statements.
If you've not yet enrolled in an online banking program but are considering doing so, the following information may be of assistance.

Selection

If you bank at a small bank or savings and loan, you may want to switch to a larger institution for your online banking needs.
Online banking systems are complex and expensive to implement and maintain, and smaller banks generally don't have the funds and other resources necessary to offer top-notch online banking services.
By contrast, large banks like Citibank, Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo have had online systems for many years, have steadily improved them, and have the resources to expand their functions and maintain them well.
Also, you'll want to choose a bank that does not charge for online banking.
The banks named above all offer online banking for free.

Sign Up
Some banks require you to fill out a special application to enroll in their online banking systems but many do not.
The banks named in the previous section all allow any customer to access their online banking systems without a special application.
The first time you log on, you'll be prompted to enter your identifying information, such as your account number, ATM card number or Social Security number.
You'll be asked to choose a user name and password, which should both be items that you can easily remember.
Your password should be different from the PIN code that you use at the bank's ATMs.


Account Setup You'll probably want to use your online banking system to pay bills, so you should gather all of your regular bills and set aside some time to enter the information about them into the system.
Also, make a list of your other expenses, like your rent or mortgage, car loan and other obligations for which you may not receive a statement, and write down the addresses where you normally send your payments.
Then go online and enter the data into the system.
Many online banking systems are already set up to pay many merchants, banks and other creditors electronically, and most have a search capability that allows you to find these organizations on their systems.
You probably will not need to enter the payment address for these organizations, but you'll still need to enter the correct account number from your statement.
Security
Make word documents of bank details BSB and Account numbers and save them in my documents to copy and paste them in when logging in to avoid spyware and keyloggers.

Recurring Payments

Most online banking systems have the ability to make recurring payments of a fixed amount at a regular interval that you specify.
This is especially useful when paying things like your rent, mortgage or car loan, which are usually the same amount each month and due at the same time of the month.
If you schedule a recurring payment, you won't need to worry about making your payment each month, as it will be made automatically for you.
However, if the amounts and/or due dates change, you'll need to go online and adjust them accordingly.

Other Functions

Virtually all online banking systems offer the ability to transfer money between accounts at the bank, or even to and from accounts at other institutions.
If you've made a practice of putting money in a savings account on regular basis, you can usually set up a recurring transfer for that amount, or, if you prefer, you can do it on an ad hoc basis.
Many systems offer a variety of other functions, such as obtaining copies of statements and canceled checks, issuing a stop payment, and ordering new checks.
Once you sign up for online banking, spend some time exploring your system and acquaint yourself with the various functions it offers.

Aug 15, 2013 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Banking on line


Many banks have introduced online banking services in recent years.
These systems offer a high level of convenience to bank customers, allowing them to perform many banking functions from the privacy of their homes via the Internet.
Most online banking systems offer the ability to get account information, pay bills, make transfers between accounts, stop payment on checks and view current and previous statements.
If you've not yet enrolled in an online banking program but are considering doing so, the following information may be of assistance.

Selection

If you bank at a small bank or savings and loan, you may want to switch to a larger institution for your online banking needs.
Online banking systems are complex and expensive to implement and maintain, and smaller banks generally don't have the funds and other resources necessary to offer top-notch online banking services.
By contrast, large banks like Citibank, Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo have had online systems for many years, have steadily improved them, and have the resources to expand their functions and maintain them well.
Also, you'll want to choose a bank that does not charge for online banking.
The banks named above all offer online banking for free.

Sign Up
Some banks require you to fill out a special application to enroll in their online banking systems but many do not.
The banks named in the previous section all allow any customer to access their online banking systems without a special application.
The first time you log on, you'll be prompted to enter your identifying information, such as your account number, ATM card number or Social Security number.
You'll be asked to choose a user name and password, which should both be items that you can easily remember.
Your password should be different from the PIN code that you use at the bank's ATMs.


Account Setup You'll probably want to use your online banking system to pay bills, so you should gather all of your regular bills and set aside some time to enter the information about them into the system.
Also, make a list of your other expenses, like your rent or mortgage, car loan and other obligations for which you may not receive a statement, and write down the addresses where you normally send your payments.
Then go online and enter the data into the system.
Many online banking systems are already set up to pay many merchants, banks and other creditors electronically, and most have a search capability that allows you to find these organizations on their systems.
You probably will not need to enter the payment address for these organizations, but you'll still need to enter the correct account number from your statement.
Security
Make word documents of bank details BSB and Account numbers and save them in my documents to copy and paste them in when logging in to avoid spyware and keyloggers.

Recurring Payments

Most online banking systems have the ability to make recurring payments of a fixed amount at a regular interval that you specify.
This is especially useful when paying things like your rent, mortgage or car loan, which are usually the same amount each month and due at the same time of the month.
If you schedule a recurring payment, you won't need to worry about making your payment each month, as it will be made automatically for you.
However, if the amounts and/or due dates change, you'll need to go online and adjust them accordingly.

Other Functions

Virtually all online banking systems offer the ability to transfer money between accounts at the bank, or even to and from accounts at other institutions.
If you've made a practice of putting money in a savings account on regular basis, you can usually set up a recurring transfer for that amount, or, if you prefer, you can do it on an ad hoc basis.
Many systems offer a variety of other functions, such as obtaining copies of statements and canceled checks, issuing a stop payment, and ordering new checks.
Once you sign up for online banking, spend some time exploring your system and acquaint yourself with the various functions it offers.
Bank Online
Convenience is the name of the game with online banking.
Review your account balances, pay bills and order checks with the click of a button.

Make sure your current bank offers online banking.
If not, open a checking account with a bank that offers an online banking service.
Check to ensure that your computer hardware and software meet the bank's minimum requirements.

Sign up for online banking via the bank's Web site or at your local branch office.
You will need to provide basic, personal information.
Have your bank account numbers handy as well.
Log on to your account through your bank's Web site using the customer number and/or password assigned to you by your bank.
Run the demonstration program that most banks offer through their Web sites.
The demonstration will take you step by step through all of the online banking features available to you.

Aug 15, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Why do i have to sign in every time i check my mail?.


Hi,

If you dont want to sign it everytime you access your email, once you sign in, click on remember me or remember password, there should be a check box for that. Then once you are already finish checking your email, don't sign out and just close the browser that you are using. Once you do that, everytime you access your email and you go to the website, you don't have to sign in anymore...

Hope this will help...Your response is very much appreciated...

Jan 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How secure is my VISA card number and security number?


It depends on how you use it, Never give out these details except to trusted establishements Name on card Number on card, security number on card, never carry your password written down, never use dates of birth etc for passwords, never reveal your date of birth or address to any but the most trusted shops. dont use the same password on websites as on your visa or other bank account.. Always check ATM cashpoints to see if a camera might be installed behind the fascia. Never use your online account from a public pc. Never store your password and visa details on a laptop or thumbdrive. Never let a cashier take your card out of your site. Only use your card in foreign countries at well known banks. Never give out your password to telesales, including tele ops at the bank where the card was issued. Turn off aoto completion of forms on internet explorer, always check a web page for the little closed padlock sign when doing online transactions, it must be present. If you follow these guidelines it is quite safe, but remember if you can prove that you did not make a transaction or that your number has been used fraudulently, then visa cover the bill, i you have beeen prudent with your security and passwords. Mostly the sheer number of cards protects you, its just playing the odds.

cheers

Mar 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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