When Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank sends you a Secure email message, the message is sent to a secure data center where it will be held for you to retrieve. At the same time, a notification message will be sent to you via standard email, informing you that a Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Secure email is waiting for you. This standard notification message will contain a link to our Secure email web site. Simply click on the link, log into Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank’s Secure email website, and retrieve your message.
The first time you use Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Secure email, you will be prompted to create your Secure email account. Simply supply your email address and a password. This information will then be used each time you log into Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Secure email.
Upon establishing your account, you will receive a confirmation message at the email address you provided. Click the link provided in the confirmation email to complete the account set-up process. You can now begin using your Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Secure email account.
When Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank sends you a Secure email, you will receive a notification message via standard Internet email. Click the link contained in the notification message. You will be taken to the Secure email login screen where you will be prompted to enter your email address and the password that you established. Once logged in, you can read your Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Secure email, download it to your computer, or send a secure reply message.
By itself, Internet email is an insecure communication tool. Messages sent via standard Internet email travel in “plain text,” crossing many networks before reaching their final destination. As a result, the opportunity exists for prying eyes to eavesdrop on email messages as they pass through these various networks. In this environment, your confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.
Because Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank knows that all sensitive or private information (such as social security numbers, bank account numbers, financial statements, etc.) should never be sent in this insecure manner, we want to provide our customers with the best way to correspond with us about your personal finances and banking interests.
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