What are Browser Cookies?

A browser cookie is a small text file that a web server sends your web browser when you request a page from a site. This text file is no larger than 4k and stores specific data elements. There is no programming code in these files.

Why La Loma FCU Uses Cookies?

While many people equate cookies to ad delivery or tracking, La Loma uses cookies for the purpose of online banking and bill pay security.

How La Loma FCU Uses Cookies?

The first time you log into Online Banking you will receive a one time code via cell phone, text message or email. After entering this one time code into your computer, the following options will be provided:

    1. “Yes, Register this computer”
    2. This option will allow you to bypass the one time code, upon your next login, on your computer. This is accomplished by the uses of a cookie.

    3. “No, This is a public computer”
    4. This option will require the use of the one time code the next time you log in on your computer. If you need information on how to allow cookies, you can select your browser from the list on the right. This will begin the process of enabling cookies on your browser.