Online Account Access Troubleshooting Guide
Enabling Pop-up Windows
A "Pop-up" is a new window opened by the web page being visited, rather than once created when the user tells the browser to open a new window. A pop-up can be useful when accessing supplementary information, or performing a new task in addition the users current activity.
Unfortunately pop-ups have been widely abused in many ways, ranging from mild annoyance to deliberately manupulative or confusing. Pop-up blocking tools have been popular broswer add-ons for several years, and most current browsers have some sort of pop-up blocker built-in.
Online account access uses pop-up windows for several tasks, including links to external resources, allowing members to access these items without ending their online account access session. Bill Pay, Visa card information, and credit union product information can all be accessed from within UltraBanch using pop-ups. In order to make these functions work properly, your browser must be configured to allow pop-ups from online account access.
Please consult the documentation that came with your browser or contact the manufacturer to learn how to enable pop-ups.
Some browsers can be configured to allow pop-ups from specific domains while blocking others. In this case, your browser should be configured to accept pop-ups from alaskausa.org
Some browser extensions or third-party tools also have the ability to disable or block pop-ups. Check the settings in your browser extensions or third-party tool to ensure that they are configured to allow pop-ups from alaskausa.org