We have implemented one of the highest levels of security for sending personal information via the Internet. We employ the latest technology by utilizing the Secured Sockets Layer protocol and Microsoft Private Communication Technology protocol with full support for 256-bit encryption methods. These secured encryption methods are among the highest in the industry for online commerce and transactions on the Internet. Also, the Internet Web Server is protected by a firewall which restricts the access to the machine from the Internet.
Some web browsers do not support secure servers. We have made what we believe to be a reasonable effort to guard the security of this Web site's server. However, the Internet is generally accessible by the public, and information which is available on the Internet (including the information supplied by you on this Web site or sent to an e-mail address provided by you) is potentially accessible by unintended third parties.
The credit union does not secure the Internet, nor control your transaction or transmission over the Internet, or provide protection for email or data transfer using your personal computer. Your use of this Web site and your disclosure of personal information at this Web site, on or through any server, are strictly at your own risk and the credit union shall not be liable for any loss, harm, or fraud as result of your computer or mobile device acquiring a virus or malicious code.
It is recommended that you use the latest operating system and browser version for all platforms. You are solely responsible for obtaining, maintaining, upgrading and operating your ISP and any associated software. We are not responsible for any loss, damage or claim caused by your ISP, any related software, or your computer communication equipment. We do not guarantee the security of any user provided data. We do not guarantee the security of any user provided data.