This is your account number, which is linked to your Remote Banking (Internet) profile for identification purposes.
If you have been using Internet banking for some time, you would have chosen a username during registration.
Choose a password that's not easy to guess or obvious to those who know you.
Changing passwords often will stop others from accessing your account at a later stage should they see you typing it while you are signing in.
Don't ever share your password with anyone; not even our employees are allowed to ask you for it.
This password will be replaced by the Remote PIN when you register for the cellphone app.
Yours will be linked to your Internet banking profile (you can ask the service consultant to update your photograph anytime).
Always check that the photograph displayed is you and that it’s consistent with the photographs from your previous sessions.
Except as provided in paragraph (h) of this section, the agency must require, as a condition of eligibility, that each individual (including children) seeking Medicaid furnish each of his or her Social Security numbers (SSN).
If you are unable to receive confirmation messages, you will be able to use the app to generate token passwords (see above).
Every client has their photo taken when opening a Global One facility.
Your Remote PIN is a secret number that you choose when you activate Remote Banking for the first time.
The Remote PIN must be used on the Internet (and app) when you sign in to Remote Banking or approve transactions.
As with all sign-in details, keep your username secret to make it harder for criminals to access your account and lower the chance of identity theft.