The most secure UltraBranch ever!
UltraBranch® features an advanced login system that is easy to set up, easy to use, and totally personalized.
This personalized login features an on-screen keypad with a background picture that you choose so you will always know you are accessing the real Alaska USA UltraBranch.
Personalizing your keypad is easy
Here's all you need to do:
Next time you visit UltraBranch, you will see your personalized keypad. Each time you log in, the keys on your keypad will be in a different order for added security, but the background picture will remain the same.
Go ahead, personalize your keypad today and relax knowing you have the best security UltraBranch has to offer.
Remember, Alaska USA will never call or email you to ask for your login information.
Personalized Login FAQs
Q: How does this enhanced UltraBranch security work?
A: Using a personalized keypad provides multiple levels of security:
Q: What if I try to log in and don't see my personalized keypad?
A: Check and make sure you have entered your User ID correctly. Also make sure you always log in to UltraBranch from the Alaska USA home page at www.alaskausa.org. If you continue to have problems, contact the Member Service Center.
Q: Why does Alaska USA use this keypad login?
A: Alaska USA continually evaluates UltraBranch to provide the highest level of member security. Technology-savvy criminals are always working on ways to obtain your personal information. These includes "spoofing" the UltraBranch login page to make it look like it's the real UltraBranch or infecting computers with code that can "capture" keystrokes and pick up passwords. The advanced keypad login is designed to address these kinds of attacks, and follows federal recommendations regarding enhanced website security features for financial institutions.
Q: Has login access changed for other online account information?
A: Yes. If you access your mortgage or trust and investment information online through the Alaska USA website, you may have already seen changes to your security access. Each system may have a different way of enhancing security, but the general idea is to stay ahead of the activities of online criminals. To learn more, log on to the systems that you use and learn how the security works.
Alaska USA supports direct access to your Visa® card information from within UltraBranch, allowing you to benefit from the single UltraBranch login.
Q: Can I keep my same PAC when I set up my personalized keypad?
A: When you change your PAC, you are required to select a new PAC. UltraBranch does not prevent you from re-using older PACs, so you can change it back to your preferred PAC.
Q: Has login access for UltraBranch by phone changed?
A: No. Login has not changed for UltraBranch by phone. UltraBranch by phone is accessed by using a numeric PAC which is appropriate for a telephone keypad. If you use both services, you may want to choose a numeric PAC or use separate PACs for online and phone.
Q: Will Alaska USA ask me to verify any other information in order to access UltraBranch?
A: No. Alaska USA will never call or email you asking for personal information such as your social security number or passwords.
Q: Can I change my password or my picture in the future?
A: Yes. You can change these at any time by clicking on the Account Profile tab. If you use UltraBranch Business Edition, go to User Profile under the "Home" tab.
Q: Are some passwords better than others?
A: Yes. You should choose a password that is easy for you to remember, but hard for others to guess. Here are some password tips:
Q: Can I change my User ID?
A: Yes. In fact, for added security it is recommend that you change your User ID to something other than your account number. To change your User ID, click on the Account Profile tab. (If you use UltraBranch Business Edition, go to User Profile under the Home tab).
Q: What else can I do to protect my account information?
A: While the new advanced UltraBranch login helps prevent some forms of criminal activity, every member is responsible for helping to protect their accounts. Here are some tips: