Access Codes Sample Clauses

Access Codes. Landlord shall provide Tenant with all access codes to all entrance gates and security systems, if any, located on the Premises or the Property. Within three (3) business days of vacating the property Tenant will provide Landlord with all access that are currently in use for entrance gates and security systems located on the Premises or the Property.
Access Codes. New Mexico MLS may provide IDX SUBSCRIBER with one or more codes to access the IDX Database.
Access Codes. ‌ You must create your own username and password (“Access Codes”) on the HPE Partner Portal. You are responsible for ensuring that only authorized people within your company have the right to use your Access Codes. If you have any reason to believe the security of your Access Codes has been compromised, you must immediately change your Access Codes and contact us so that we can deactivate those Access Codes. We are not liable to you in any way for any loss, damage, liability or claim arising from, or in any way related to, your failure to maintain the security of your Access Codes.
Access Codes. Landlord shall provide Tenant with all access codes to all entrance gates and security systems located on the Premises or the Property.
Access Codes. When you complete the Enrollment form for Ebanking, you will be assigned a User Name and you will establish a Password that conforms to our security policy (the User Name and Password are collectively referred to as the "Access Codes"). If the Bank approves your enrollment, you will only need your Access Codes to use Ebanking. Access Codes are an important security procedure to protect your information. It is your responsibility to keep your Access Codes confidential in order to prevent the unauthorized use of Ebanking. Your failure to do so could result in the unauthorized use and access of your accounts with us and could result in losses in your accounts. Anyone to whom you give or disclose your Access Codes will have full access to your accounts, even if you attempt to limit that person's authority. You may change your password at any time while in the Ebanking system; select the Settings tab and then Password. Your password must have at least 8 characters, including at least one (1) number, one (1) upper case letter, one (1) lower case letter and one (1) special character. Passwords are required to be changed every 90 days. If you forget your Password, you may contact the Bank so that we can establish your new Password, or you may reset it using the option on the Ebanking main page. Under NO circumstances should a Bank employee request your Password through Ebanking, over the Internet, or through other contact. Do not respond to any such request, even if the person claims to represent the Bank.
Access Codes. To use our myMAX Online Branch service, you must use the access codes we establish or provide for you. Keep them confidential to prevent unauthorized use or loss to your accounts. You agree that it is your responsibility to initiate and maintain adequate procedures to prevent any unauthorized access to your personal computer or mobile device, or unauthorized use of your access codes. Anyone to whom you give your access codes will have full access to your accounts even if you attempt to limit that person’s authority. Additionally, that person will have full access to any other of your accounts which are accessed by those access codes, even if those accounts are in your name with another person. None of our employees or employees of our affiliates will contact you via phone or e-mail requesting your access codes. If you are contacted by anyone requesting this information, please contact us immediately at 000-000-0000, or 000-000-0000.
Access Codes. For security, identification and verification purposes, when using FNB’s service channels, you will make use of a variety of access codes to identify yourself, such as your access number, Personal Identification Number ("PIN"), Mobile Banking Personal Identification Number (“MOPIN”), card number, account number, User ID and Password, etc. These are all called your "access codes". You are responsible for keeping your access codes secret. Only you may use your access codes. You must not give/show your access codes to anyone else, including anyone who is from FNB or claims to be from FNB. Do not keep your access codes together with other FNB Banking documents or any devices you use to gain access to the FNB service channels. (e.g. e-Reg Card or Telephone Banking Card or your cellphone). The customer has the right to demand the return of any physical devices we provided to its users, including the Telephone Banking card or e-Reg Card, but the customer is not entitled at any time to use, have any knowledge about or access to its user’s access codes. When the customer repossesses such physical access device it must notify the bank in writing or via the helpline, and the card or device must be destroyed or returned to the bank. You must also follow the tips for creating/safeguarding your access codes, as published in FNB’s Security Centre from time to time. You may not register for the service or access the service channel using someone else’s access codes, information or device. Because we deal with you remotely (non-face-to-face) you authorise us to act on and accept all instructions/transactions (“transactions”) that occur after your access codes have been entered or applied. We are entitled to assume that all such transactions have been authorised by you, even if such transactions took place without your knowledge or consent or were not authorised. This will not apply to transactions that occur after you have requested that we disable any access code. You must tell us immediately if you know or suspect that your access code(s) have been lost, stolen or may be misused. If there is a dispute about this, the duty is on you to prove that you have done this. After we have disabled your access codes we can reject instructions received after such access codes were disabled and may (if possible) also suspend or reverse instructions received (but not yet processed) before the access codes were disabled. We may refuse to process instructions/communications or can disab...
Access Codes. Security of your transactions is important to us. During your enrollment for Internet Banking, you are required to select a User Name and a Password. The User Name may be any word or grouping of letter, numbers, or special characters. It is recommended to use letters (upper and lower case), numbers and special characters. Do not use a word that may easily be guessed. Your Password must have at least 8 characters including a number, an upper case letter, a lower case letter, and a special character. You should select your Password carefully and stay away from names, dates and information that may easily be guessed. DUAL AUTHENTICATION – The first time you logon to Muenster State Bank Internet Banking you will be required to provide information necessary to establish the additional security requirements for dual authentication. Dual authentication is necessary to further enhance your security when using Muenster State Bank Internet Banking, and to comply with current regulatory guidelines. Security questions must be chosen and answered, and will be part of each Internet Banking login. A personal image and personal greeting will be selected by you during the enrollment process. The image will be displayed to you in the future after you enter your User Name and security question answer. You should review the image and greeting that is displayed to ensure you are connected to the authentic Muenster State Bank Internet site before entering your Password. If signing on to Muenster State Bank Internet Banking and the image or greeting does not match your selections during enrollment, do NOT enter your Password. Contact the Bank for further instructions. Use of your User Name and Password (the “Access Codes”) and the Dual Authentication procedures described above is the agreed security procedure to access Internet Banking. We may accept as authentic and authorized any instructions given to us through the use of your User Name and Password.
Access Codes. You may initially access Online Banking Service via the Bank’s web site or if you wish you can also sign up for Online Banking by visiting the Bank during normal lobby hours. If you try to access Online Banking from the web site you must use your Touch Tone Banking four digit PIN number to complete the enrollment screen, or if you have never signed up for Touch Tone Banking, you may use the last four digits of your Social Security number. With your first access into Online Banking you will be asked to designate a new password that has certain specifications. The Online Banking instructions will explain the specifications. You will also be required to change your Password periodically to enhance security. You agree to keep your Denver Savings Bank Online Banking Password confidential to prevent unauthorized access to your accounts and to prevent unauthorized use. For security purposes, we recommend that you memorize your Password. If you choose to write it down, store it in a secure place. If you suspect your Password is lost or in the hands of an unauthorized user, tell us AT ONCE. Telephone our customer service staff at (000) 000-0000. We reserve the right to block your access to Online Banking Services to maintain or restore security to our web site and systems, if we reasonably believe your Password has been or may be obtained or is being used or may be used by an unauthorized person(s).
Access Codes. In the event PCCW Global Networks assigns Customer Access Codes pursuant to an Order Form, the following terms and conditions apply: