Maintain the security of your Sign-On ID and password
We give you a Sign-On ID and password so that only you have access to your accounts through First Ipswich Bank's Online Banking. To help ensure the security of your financial information, follow these rules:
- Do not give your Sign-On ID and password to anyone. If two or more people share a Sign-On ID and password, First Ipswich Bank has no way to tell which of those people actually performed a given transaction. You are responsible for any transaction performed using your Sign-On ID and password.
- Do not leave your Sign-On ID and password out in the open where anyone passing by can see it.
- Do not leave your computer unattended while you are logged in to online banking. If you leave your computer unattended while you are signed on, anyone passing by could use your computer to perform any of the transactions that you are authorized to perform.
- Always sign off at the end of an online banking session. This will terminate your session, which will prevent someone from using your browser's Back button to return to a session that has not yet timed out.
In general, all of these are common-sense rules. Use good judgement to ensure that your financial information remains secure. First Ipswich Bank is not responsible for nonpublic personal information or financial information that becomes public because you did not maintain the security of your Sign-On ID and password. First Ipswich Bank is also not responsible for financial loss that occurs because you did not maintain the security of your Sign-On ID and password.