This security feature works 24/7 to protect your Online Bank account, even when you’re not online! For frequently asked questions about MFA, click here. It helps guard against fraudulent log-ons, phishing—malicious requests for your personal information, and identity theft. Multi-Factor Authentication makes your account harder to compromise, because it relies on more than just a password for access. You will be shown a picture and a phrase each time you login, to prove to you that you’re at the authentic Online Bank site, and you will register the computer(s) you use to access your account. Any attempts to login made from an unregistered computer will prompt the system to ask for further verification, such as the answers to secret questions you have previously set up.
Energy One’s system conversion with Intuit is complete, so you will need to modify your Quicken/QuickBooks settings to ensure the smooth transition of your data. To complete these instructions, you will need your username and security code for Online Bank.
It is important that you perform the following instructions exactly as described and in the order presented. If you do not, your service may stop functioning properly. Choose the set of instructions that matches the Quicken/QuickBooks software that you use.
Quicken Conversion Instructions
QuickBooks Conversion Instructions
Going through trash and mail are consistently among the most common ways to victimize someone. The Better Business Bureau recommends that you bank entirely online to protect yourself. That’s why Energy One offers the full suite of online banking options for free. Online Bank allows you to monitor your accounts in real-time, so you can catch suspicious activity as it happens! Bill Pay keeps your checks out of the mail and your account number private. E-Statements and e-notifications also keep your account numbers and information out of the mail. Sign up for free and remember that Energy One is here to protect you.