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Privacy and Security

Passwords and login pages

It’s vital that you protect the ways your accounts are accessed:

Login pages


  • Choose unique passwords that you can remember so that you do not have to write them down, but ones that are difficult for others to guess. A combination of letters and numbers should be used for better protection.
  • Do not enable AutoComplete or other memorized password functions that may be available on your computer.
  • Do not save passwords on your computer, on the Internet or on any software. Anyone who has access to or compromises the security of that information potentially can impersonate you.
  • Never disclose your passwords to anyone, especially online, not even to the police, your financial institution, your insurance company or your Internet service provider.
  • Change your password at least every 90 days, to help protect the security of your information.

Login pages

If you believe that you have navigated to a login page that is not authentic, exit it immediately. Then, visit us online to report the attempted fraud.