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Monticello Banking Company is dedicated to providing the greatest level of security possible to customers and potential customers utilizing our website and online services while maintaining ease of use and accessibility. To ensure privacy and security, customers may access account information online from the Monticello Banking Company website only if the customer has registered for access to NetTeller. The Bank’s NetTeller product uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to encrypt customer personal information such as User Ids, Passwords, and account information over the internet. Enroll in NetTeller here. If a customer has not enrolled and wishes to review account information, a written request may be sent to the address listed on the customers’ account statement, call 1-800-909-3420 or visit one of our branches.
The Internet provides customers and businesses a great opportunity to streamline everyday tasks and take advantage of new services and products. Those who will be the most successful with these new opportunities will be those who use them wisely. Although the information below is not exhaustive, it contains some key points that will help you use the internet in a more secure manner. Use these points with caution and good judgment.
Protecting Your Computer
Monticello Banking Company takes extreme caution in protecting customer information and access points to this information that are within the Bank’s control. However, there are still access points that Monticello Banking Company does not control. The main point of access outside of the Bank is customer PCs and other electronic devices used to access online banking information such as NetTeller. While not all inclusive, customers are recommended to follow the below guidelines to help ensure their protection while Banking online:
Submitting Forms Online
Information provided via electronic forms on the Monticello Banking Company’s website is secure and encrypted in most instances. This means it is scrambled en route and decoded once it reaches Monticello Banking Company’s servers. You may check that your web session is secure by looking for a small lock symbol usually located in the upper right corner of your web address bar. You may also look for the letters "https://" at the beginning of your website URL in your web browser. The "s" means that the web connection is secure.
Sending E-mail to Monticello Banking Company
E-mail sent within NetTeller is secure. However, email sent from Monticello Banking Company’s main website or by any other means may not be secure unless Monticello Banking Company advises that security measures will be in place prior to transmitting the information. Therefore, customers should not send confidential information such as social security or account numbers to Monticello Banking Company via an unsecured email. Such information should be sent by postal mail or you may call 1-800-909-3420 or visit one of our branches.
General E-mail Security
Turn off the “Preview Pane” in email software. Some viruses execute as soon as an email message is opened. The preview pane automatically opens all messages. Customers should be extremely cautious with email from any unknown sender. If a customer is in doubt and cannot confirm the origin of the email serious consideration should be given to deleting without opening. Any links embedded within an email should not be clicked. It is generally best to type the URL in the Internet browser yourself or use a link that is known to be legitimate. Many viruses are embedded in attachments such as word or PDF files. Extreme caution should be used when opening any email attachment.
Links to Third Party Websites
Monticello Banking Company is not responsible for the information practices employed by sites linked to or from our website. In most cases, links to outside websites are provided solely as pointers to information on topics that may be useful to the users of the Monticello Banking Company website. Third party websites may have different privacy policies and/or security standards governing their sites.