The new and improved security features of the Internet Banking requires that we change the format for your PIN number. With identity theft and hackers lurking, now when you login to your DCTFCU online internet account, you will be required to change your PIN number to an Alpha/Numeric PIN number that must be a minimum of eight (8) numbers and letters with one of the letter’s being Uppercase. (Example: 12Dctfcu) You may use any combination as long as it has numbers and letters. Also, as an added security feature you may set up a username instead of entering your account number. User names are preferred to enhance online security. Please contact the credit union if you need assistance. As an added convenience, you will be able to reset your password without assistance from the credit union!
Current Internet banking users will be required to change their password during their first login to the new Internet Banking system.
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