Attention Mint, Quicken and QuickBooks Users
To make the digital banking experience for members who leverage Intuit Quicken, QuickBooks Online, and Mint technologies even more secure, Intuit is adding a layer of protection employing multi-factor authentication.
New security measures
Providing the security and safety you expect means responding to new threats with the best methods available. Because of that, we’re making an enhancement to our security posture for account holders who leverage Intuit Quicken, QuickBooks Online, and Mint technologies.
What to expect
Soon, you’ll see an additional layer of security in the form of a multi-factor authentication (MFA) step. In addition to your login and password information, you’ll be asked to provide a security access code (SAC) sent to you via text or email. This additional step will enable access to your account and represents a valuable new security layer.
Please contact Member Services if you have any questions about this boosted security feature.