United Bank is committed to keeping your personal online information secure and confidential. When you log on to Internet Banking, your User Code and Password are sent over the Internet from your computer to our servers using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. SSL encrypts your personal information before it leaves your computer, ensuring that no one else can read it.
After you click the "Log in" button you can determine that encryption is being used on the site by looking for two items:
- https://secure.unitedbankofmichigan.com will appear in the address line, with the "s" meaning "secure".
- A small locked padlock will appear in the lower right corner in Microsoft Internet Explorer and a small key will be displayed in Netscape Navigator.
In other words, even though you don't see the lock or key displayed on the Home Page for www.unitedbankofmichigan.com, you may rest assured that as soon as you hit "Log in", your information is secure and will be sent to us via a secure connection.