Terms and Conditions
This agreement and disclosure specifically governs Online Banking, including the bill payment service, and informs you of your rights and responsibilities and the Terms and Conditions associated with the service you have requested. Please read this agreement and disclosure carefully. In this agreement and disclosure, the words “You”, “Your” and “Yours” mean each and everyone who utilizes Online Banking. The words “We”, “Us”, “Our”, and “Credit Union” mean The Florist Federal Credit Union and the words “the service” refer to Home Banking.
You agree to be bound by all the terms and conditions contained herein and also the terms and conditions found in the Credit Union’s membership and account agreement brochures. You further agree to abide by any terms and conditions, which may be added because of our future enhancement to Online Banking.
Online Banking is a service that lets you manage your finances online, including bill payment services. It provides you access to your account 24-hours a day-seven days a week (24x7) from anywhere in the US, via the Internet. Through Online Banking you can access your accounts to check balances, review transactions, transfer funds, and obtain loan balances. Through bill payment services you can set up a one-time payment or reoccurring payments.
Security and Protecting Your Account
The Florist Federal Credit Union is strongly committed to protecting the security and confidentiality of our member account information. We use state of the art technology in the ongoing development of Online Banking to ensure security and privacy. In order to access Online Banking, you must have a browser that supports 128-BIT encryption. For further information, see our security document.
Security Code Issuance
Upon enrollment, a User ID and an eight (8) digit Security code will be issued. It is the responsibility of the member to change the security code immediately.
If you fail to maintain security of your User ID and security code and the Credit Union suffers a loss, we reserve the right to terminate service to you under this agreement, as well as to terminate other deposit and loan services. The Florist Federal Credit Union will not be responsible for any losses you suffer due to your failure to maintain the security of your User ID and security code. Users of the service should use such other security code protection precautions as may be appropriate under any particular set of circumstances to ensure proper security over system access and access to account and transaction information.
This service provides the capability for you to change your security code. To help safeguard your security, you should change your security code frequently. If you forgot your security code or your system access is disabled due to the use of an incorrect security code, you must contact The Florist Federal Credit Union to request that a temporary security code be issued to you. We reserve the right to require written re-application for a new or replacement security code.
Fees and Charges
There is no fee for Online Banking/Bill Pay. There is no fee for termination thereof. However, The Florist Federal Credit Union reserves the right to impose fees or to subsequently change any fee structure with or without notice as required by law.
Access to the service may be unavailable at certain times for the following reasons:
The Florist Federal Credit Union will make all reasonable efforts to ensure the availability of the service. However, The Florist Federal Credit Union is in no way liable for the unavailability of Online Banking or any consequential damages that may result.
Termination of Agreement and Services
You may cancel this agreement and terminate your service with The Florist Federal Credit Union at any time by notifying the Credit Union orally or in writing. The Credit Union may terminate its service and this agreement and disclosure at any time by giving you advance notification via e-mail.
This agreement may be amended by the Credit Union at any time at its discretion. You will receive notice of amendments required by law via e-mail.