Your password is like your digital signature. Never share it with anyone, save it to your computer or write it down anywhere.
If someone has your password, he has access to your personal information and can make financial transactions in your name. This is called identity theft.
AccèsD Internet and AccèsD Affaires passwords must be composed of 10 to 128 characters (letters and numbers) with at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number and one special character.
The following tips will help you choose a password that is hard to guess and easy to remember:
Example: “Henry 8” becomes 85nRy8 (where the “H” is replaced with “8”, the “e” with “5” and the “r” is an upper case “R”).
If you think that your password has been compromised, change it immediately. You can do this yourself online on AccèsD or AccèsD Affaires, as the case may be.
You can also change your AccèsD or AccèsD Affaires password by contacting your Caisse populaire right away.
Or call one of the following number :
In Canada and the US:
1 866-779-COOP (1 866-779-2667)