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UltraBranch Features

Support for alpha-numeric passwords

When you initially sign up for UltraBranch Access you are given a temporary Personal Access Code (PAC) that must be changed the first time you log in.

Ultrabranch allows you to choose an alpha-numeric PAC of up to 12 characters. To change your PAC , choose "Change PAC" from the "Account Profile" tab.

Security tip: Create a PAC that is a mixture of letters and numbers. For greater security, avoid words found in a dictionary, easily guessed words, or personal information such as your phone number, social security number, and pet or family names.

Ultrabranch by Phone users
Your Internet PAC and User ID are independent of your Phone PAC and User ID. When you change your PAC or User ID online, you have the option to create separate versions for Ultrabranch by Phone and UltraBranch Online. For UltraBranch by Phone, your User ID will be your Alaska USA account number and your PAC can only consist of numbers.

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