Through Community First Credit Union internet banking you can conduct a wide range of transactions easily and securely, at a time that is convenient to you. There are no set up fees, no access charges and no 'business hours' as it is a 24 hour service. It's great for fast, routine transactions you don't want to have to visit a store for, but the convenience doesn't stop here. You'll be surprised at the range of different things you can do within internet banking.
Our browser-based Internet banking service uses the latest 128 bit Verisign digital encryption certificate to protect your data when it is being sent over the internet. Each time you connect to internet banking your browser is sent a digital certificate. This certificate securely identifies the site you are connecting to, and is used to establish the encrypted session. You can confirm your Internet banking session is encrypted by the appearance of a "lock" symbol at the foot of your browser.
Register or reset your password
To register for Internet Banking or reset your password, you'll need to contact us or visit a store.
What you can do in internet banking
- View your current account balances
- View your transaction history
- Print out and download your transaction history to an accounting package or database
- Obtain details of interest earned and charged
- Record or change payment authorities
- Arrange the transfer of funds between your accounts
- Make periodical or one-off payments
- Transfer funds to accounts at other financial institutions
- Pay your bills using BPAY ®
- Activate your Visa debit card
- Change your internet banking access code
- Display payroll and direct credits
- Display and print a list of transactions for selected accounts
- Send an email to us via our secure email service
- Personalise your internet banking page by modifying which accounts are displayed on the welcome page, including their sequence
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