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Changes to Online Banking Log In

Your password might be too long! We’re changing our password limit on March 11, 2018, but your password might not work today. Use only the first 10 characters in your password to sign in, and change your password if you have trouble. Also, try using the “Forgot my password” link if you still have trouble singing in.

Due to this upgrade, if your current password exceeds 10 characters (ex: password12), the system will not recognize it and you risk being locked out of online banking. If your password is less than 10 characters, you’re all set!

Prior to this change, look out for a message in It’s Me 247 letting you know that there’s an issue with your current password length. If you see this message, get ahead of the game! Don’t wait to change your password. Use the “I forgot my password” link in It’s Me 247 Online Banking and follow the prompts to create a new password.

If you need assistance changing your password, contact CommStar Credit Union at (440) 365-7342.

 

Check Your Shopping Funds Anytime, Anywhere!

Need to do some last-minute shopping for the new school year?  With Mobile Web Banking, you can check your funds via smartphone or other mobile device.  Learn more by logging into online banking and clicking ‘Go Mobile!’

 

Parents and Students: Keep Your Personal Information Secure

A reminder to parents and students alike: remember never to respond to unsolicited requests for your financial or personal information.  Stay one step ahead of scammers – visit cusecure.org to review additional tips for keeping your money secure!

 

Let Your Money Keep Working for You this Labor Day

Your money can continue to earn dividends whether you are relaxing at home or gathering with friends and family.  Take a look at our current certificate and share rates by logging in and clicking ‘New Accounts’ and then ‘Shares and Certificates.’