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I repeat. Since at least last Friday I cannot access my online accounts with Nationwide Building Socy. When i try to access it I am told that the site "cannot be found" although all else seems to be working OK. Have been on to AOL 3 times without success and their latest suggestion is that I ask you to reconfigure yr security sysem and that this should solve the problem.

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  • Dennis036 Jun 30, 2008

    Regret that yr suggestion doesn't help. What am i supposed to do?

  • Dennis036 Jun 30, 2008

    You say it MAY be a Firewall problem. I have limited computer knowledge and so that answer does not help. how do I find out if it is? If it is what do I do?

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Greetings,

>since you are here, your internet connection is ok.
>make sure that the website is up & running (contact the company)
>install other browser (www.firefox.com)


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1 - which version of browser you are using.....
2 - are you able to connect to another website.
3 - are you facing problem with this website only.

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  • Deeps . Jun 30, 2008

    Please don't forget to rate the solution and reply with comment so that i can help you....



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  • Deeps . Jun 30, 2008

    Click on "Start" button at your computer screen then select control panel > there you will "Windows Firewall".




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Plz scan for viruses and spyware.before scaning disable system restore and update both the softwares.

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It may be a firewall problem

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Why can i not get onto commonwealth netbank


With more than 1,000 bank branches and one of the largest ATM networks in Australia, Commonwealth Bank offers a wide selection of checking, savings and term deposit accounts, depending on your personal or business financial needs.

Whether you open an account over the phone, in person or online, the process is simple and relatively pain-free.

Log on to the Commonwealth Bank website (see Bottom of page).
Under the "Personal" tab, click on "Bank Accounts."

Hit the "Getting Started" link in the upper-left corner under "Reaching Your Goals" to start the process of choosing and opening an account.


Hit "Choosing the Right Account" under the "Quick Access Menu" to review and decide what type of account you want to open at Commonwealth Bank.
View the "Account Comparison Table" to compare account options and features such as monthly withdrawal and minimum balance fees, limitations and interest rates.

Apply for an account online by clicking the "Online Application Form" under "Applying for an Account."

Read the "Privacy Acknowledgment and Consent" that pops up on your screen and click "Continue" to indicate your consent.

Begin the online application.
Decide if you need a transaction account or a savings account and select the account type under the corresponding category by clicking the appropriate radio button.

(Transaction accounts enable customers to make deposits and withdrawals, receive salary payments and pay bills.)

Choose a Smart Access, Complete Access, Streamline Account, AwardSaver Account, Youthsaver Account, Cash Investment Account or Pensioner Security Account.

Confirm that you're 16 or older and hit "Continue." Complete the personal details for your new account, including your name, gender, date of birth, marital status, occupation, address, phone numbers, email address, preferred language and your tax file number.

Indicate if your account will be owned by just you or jointly with someone else.
Check off if you'd like a confirmation email after you save or submit your application, whether you already have another account with Commonwealth Bank and whether you want card access.

Click the "Marketing Information" box if you want to receive information about new products and services. Hit "Continue."


Complete your application by filling out the details about your deposit account on the next page. Review your online application to confirm that the information you entered is correct and legal and hit "Submit."
Wait for email confirmation and wait for approval of your new account.

http://www.commbank.com.au/

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With so many email providers available on the Internet, it is highly possible for one to forget about an email account for which one had once signed up.

There are many reasons why it's beneficial to know what accounts you do have, and to not leave an unused account available on a server online.

You may need to find past accounts you've forgotten about if you are suffering from identity theft, or you're worried that you've been missing a number of emails you were once expecting to receive.

Make a list of all business you've worked for and schools you've attended.
You may have a work or school email that is still active.

Go to the website for the business and school, and then try to locate an email directory for employees.

If you don't find a directory, email the the owner of the website to say that you are curious if you still have an active email account with the company or institution.


Consider any forums, blogs or websites for which you have written. You may have been given an email account for one of these websites and not even be aware of it.

Go to these sites and log in to your account.
For example, if you have a Blogspot account you must have had a Gmail account with which you started your blog.

Try a trial and error method.
If you know that you have typically used one or two kinds of usernames, then you should try using that name for various emails.

Go to an email provider's website and try searching by common nicknames you may have used in the past. Also, try using variations on your own name.

Go to email websites like Yahoo!, Google and MSN to see if you have an email account with a popular provider that you've forgotten about.

Find a link to find email addresses, where you will then be prompted to type in your first and last name.

You will be told whether or not that person has an account with the provider.
You may then need to answer an old security question, or prove that you are the person who created the account.

Find a reverse email website like EmailFinder.com.
These search directories can be helpful for finding a lost email account.

Simply type in your first and last name and the state where you reside.
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I just wont to get my email


Find an Old Email Account
With so many email providers available on the Internet, it is highly possible for one to forget about an email account for which one had once signed up.
There are many reasons why it's beneficial to know what accounts you do have, and to not leave an unused account available on a server online.
You may need to find past accounts you've forgotten about if you are suffering from identity theft, or you're worried that you've been missing a number of emails you were once expecting to receive.

Make a list of all business you've worked for and schools you've attended.
You may have a work or school email that is still active.
Go to the website for the business and school, and then try to locate an email directory for employees.
If you don't find a directory, email the the owner of the website to say that you are curious if you still have an active email account with the company or institution.
Consider any forums, blogs or websites for which you have written.
You may have been given an email account for one of these websites and not even be aware of it.
Go to these sites and log in to your account.
For example, if you have a Blogspot account you must have had a Gmail account with which you started your blog.

Try a trial and error method.
If you know that you have typically used one or two kinds of usernames, then you should try using that name for various emails.
Go to an email provider's website and try searching by common nicknames you may have used in the past. Also, try using variations on your own name.
Go to email websites like Yahoo!, Google and MSN to see if you have an email account with a popular provider that you've forgotten about.
Find a link to find email addresses, where you will then be prompted to type in your first and last name.
You will be told whether or not that person has an account with the provider.
You may then need to answer an old security question, or prove that you are the person who created the account.
Find a reverse email website like EmailFinder.com.
These search directories can be helpful for finding a lost email account.
Simply type in your first and last name and the state where you reside.
You then will have to pay a small fee in order to view all results, so this step should be a last resort.

http://www.switchemail.com/pages/lostandfound.asp

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Once you complete the sign-up process for online bill pay you can set your bills to be paid automatically.
Online bill pay can also help ensure your bills are on time even when you leave them until the last minute.
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Log into your bank's online banking website.
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Locate the online banking link on the website.
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Click the add payment or new payment link to set up your first online bill payment.
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Click the save or accept button. Repeat the process for each of your bills you wish to pay online.
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There is a way to reset your password.

There is a hidden Administrator account that is created when your operating system is installed. Access that account and then reset your password.

1. Boot your computer and press F8 repeatedly
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