Cookies

All the answers to your DFCU OnLine cookies questions.

Cookies identify returning website users and customize their experience.

A cookie retains your settings for a particular website, such as DFCU OnLine.

Registering your device and browser with DFCU OnLine means cookies are enabled during your session. A registered device and browser makes logging into DFCU OnLine more convenient, but entering a Secure Access Code each time is more secure. There’s no negative effect if you request a Secure Access Code for each log-in.

Please note that you have control of your browser’s cookie settings. Settings vary by browser, but you can typically change cookie settings by selecting your browser’s "Options" or "Settings" menu and clicking the "Privacy" option.

Some security programs may delete cookies automatically.  DFCU Financial recommends disabling that feature if you don’t wish to be prompted at each log-in for a Secure Access Code. If you – or any security software or cookie managers you’ve installed on your device – delete your cookies, you will be prompted for a Secure Access Code.

Some examples of programs that may delete cookies include:

  • Privacy and cleaning tools, such as CCleaner, Malwarebytes and Ad-Aware
  • Antivirus tools, including McAfee, Norton, Symantec, AVG, Trend Micro, Vipre, Kaspersky

In addition to third-party software, firewall software settings may override your browser settings even after you set them correctly. You may need to make changes in cookie retention and site allowances within your software to avoid repeated prompts to enter Secure Access Codes.

 

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Unauthorized attempts to upload information and/or change information on this website is strictly prohibited and are subject to prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and Title 18 U.S.C. Sec.1001 and 1030.

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While the DFCU Financial Board of Directors intends to pay Cash Back every year, and has done so since 2006, Cash Back is not guaranteed and will depend on our financial performance and other factors. Annual Cash Back payments are limited to an aggregate of $25,000 for each tax-reported owner. The IRS requires that Cash Back for an IRA be paid to the same IRA account, and that it be open when Cash Back is deposited. Cash Back to Business Banking members is subject to additional terms. Anyone who causes DFCU Financial a loss for any reason is not eligible for Cash Back.