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Internet Banking Request for New/Reset Password
I would like to request an “Internet Password” to my account and/or the joint account listed below. Further, I understand and accept responsibility for safe guarding my “Internet Banking” Password.
The credit union recommends you change your password after your first “sign-on”.
Name: _____________________________Account# ________________
Address: _______________________________________Phone: _________________
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Please note that changes are made based on a comparison of signature.
A new account card must be requested for completion if a joint member is being added/removed or a name is being changed (i.e. marriage/divorce) new I.D.'s will be requested.
All forms sent via mail will be sent to last known address on account unless requested in writing.
With the dramatic increase in Internet-based wagering, Congress has acted to ensure that illegal Internet gambling is twarted, and has enlisted credit unions assist in the effort. Congress concluded that new mechanisms for enforcing gambling laws on the Internet were necessary because traditional law enforcement mechanisms are often inadequate for enforcing gambling prohibitions or regulations on the Internet, especially when it crosses state or national borders.
Whether an individual engages or a business engages in Internet gambling processes, it is important to know what Standard Credit is now doing to ensure that these activities are not being conducted unlawfully. The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA)requires us to do certain things, and permits us to do others.