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If you have trouble accessing a LAFCU site, such as Bill Pay Plus, E-Statements, or Credit Card Information, we recommend you perform the following:
•    Disable pop-up blocker, or
•    Right click and "Open in a new window," or
•    Clear Cache – Delete Temporary Internet Files and Cookies.
•    Allow the site to meet your Internet Security settings.

Disabling Pop-up Blockers
Pop-up blocker applications may block certain windows within Home Banking, thereby preventing you from seeing Bill Pay or Credit Card Information screens.

To modify your pop-up blocker so you can view these sites, do one of the following:
Press the CTRL key as you make your selection to override the pop-up on a one-time basis; or
Configure your pop-up blocker to these sites only by typing in homebanking.webcu.org; or
Allow all sites that meet a specific security criteria.

If you are running Windows XP Service Pack 2, follow these instructions on changing your pop-up blocker:
•    From the toolbar, select Tools > Internet Options
•    Select the Privacy tab
•    Under the Pop-up Blocker heading, select Settings
•    Down at the bottom, make sure the Filter Level is set to "Low: Allow pop-ups from secure sites."

If you are using Fire Fox 3.0.4, Pop-up Blocker Exceptions can be added by:
•    Open Fire Fox
•    Select Tools > Options
•    Select the Content tab
•    Click Exceptions that is next to Block Pop-up Windows
•    Enter 'homebanking.webcu.org’ in the Address of Web Site field
•    Click Allow

For Google, Yahoo, or Other Toolbar pop-up blockers...
survey your toolbar within your browser to locate the utility program that is running on your PC. This toolbar item, when selected, should give options for either shutting it off or filtering certain websites.

Another possible solution for getting around pop-up blockers is to:
•    From the Toolbar, select Tools > Internet Options
•    Select the Privacy tab
•    Under Settings, select the Sites button
•    Enter "homebanking.webcu.org" in the text box and select Allow

Clearing Cache – Delete Temporary Internet Files and Cookies For Internet Explorer 7
•    Open Internet Explorer 7
•    Click: Tools>Internet Options
•    Under the General tab, click Delete
•    The Delete Browsing will open; Delete Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History.

For Internet Explorer 6
•    Open Internet Explorer 6
•    Click: Tools>Internet Options
•    Under the General tab, click Delete Files and Delete Cookies

For Firefox
•    Open Mozilla Firefox
•    Click: Tools>Clear Recent History
•    Make sure that the Cache & Cookies boxes are checked
•    Time Range to Clear>Everything
•    Clear Now

Internet Security Settings
For Internet Explorer 7
•    Open Internet Explorer 7
•    Click: Tools>Internet Options
•    Under the Security tab, view settings
•    Default level is recommended.

Recommended Browsers
We recommend that you use either of the two most popular browsers on the market:
•    Internet Explorer (IE) 7.0.5730.13C0 (XP SP2 & Vista)
•    Mozilla Firefox 3.0.4
Home Banking will also support Netscape 7.2.
We recommend that you not use any AOL or MSN TV (formerly Web TV) browser to access Home Banking. If you use AOL or MSN TV as your Internet Service Provider, use the Internet Explorer browser with it instead of the AOL browser.

If you use America Online (AOL) as your Internet Service Provider, you can use the Netscape or Internet Explorer browser to open Home Banking instead of the AOL browser.

Cookies
You must enable the browser to accept cookies. LAFCU Home Banking cookies are completely harmless, fully encrypted, and useful only to this specific Home Banking site. They are neither destructive nor malicious in nature and cannot be used by third parties to invade your privacy.

If you prefer not to accept cookies from other sites on the internet, you can choose to enable cookies only when you are accessing Home Banking or set the browser to alert you when a cookie is being sent and accept only those cookies you want to permit.

In addition, when you click the End Session or Log Off link to log off Home Banking, all cookies are automatically removed from your hard drive.