Browsing our site 
You can browse our site anonymously by choosing not to provide us with any personally identifiable information, such as your name or email address, during your visits to our sites. When you brose this way, we won’t be able to link your online activity with the accounts you have with us. 
Browsing anonymously after you’ve identified yourself involves setting your browser to disable cookies and similar files or by deleting the cookies and similar files that you have accepted from us. To do this, you’ll need to follow your browser’s instructions for disabling cookies or deleting cookies. Please note that the use of certain online products, such as Internet Banking, do require the acceptance of cookies or similar files. 
Cookies and similar files 
In all cases, cookies and similar files that we place on your computer do not contain any personal information unless encrypted, and we never use cookies or other files to track your use of other websites. We may place cookies or similar files on your hard drive for security purposes, to facilitate site navigation, and to personalize your experience while visiting our site. Our cookies do not identify you as an individual or by account number. 
If you do not accept these cookies or similar files, you may experience some inconvenience in your use of some online products. For example, for Internet Banking we will not be able to recognize your computer and you will need to answer challenge question(s) each time you log in. 
Cookies are pieces of information stored directly on the computer you are using. Mayville State Bank uses cookies in two ways: 
Web Browsing Cookies: Cookies used for Web Browsing can contain a variety of information, such as a simple count of how often you visit a website or information that allows customization of a Web site for your use. Mayville State Bank uses cookies to display information more effectively to you and to gather data about the usage of our Web site. 
Cookies allow us to collect technical and navigational information such as browser type, time spent on our site, and the pages visited. They do not contain or capture customer specific data. We may also use cookies in online advertising to track consumer responses to advertisement. This provides us the capability to monitor the use of our site so we can continually improve the design and functionality to better serve you. 
Internet Banking: Mayville State Bank uses cookies during your Internet Banking session. For example, cookies are used in conjunction with our PassMark service to recognize your computer. Any time a cookie is used personal information is encrypted and used solely to support your Internet Banking activity. 
Similar Files: Some web sites use technologies similar to cookies to store information. For example, Mayville State Bank also uses files called Flash Objects in connection with Internet Banking. This is used to help assure security as part of our PassMark service. As with cookies, we never store personal information unless encrypted, and we never use these files to track your use of other web sites. 
Our website depends on scripting languages such as JavaScript to create an efficient and useable interface. If you browse the Internet with scripting disabled, you will have to turn scripting on when you visit our site. However, scripting can turn on automatically for our site if you take advantage of your browser’s Trusted Sites feature. Add the domain name to your Trusted Sites Security Zone in your browser and scripting will remain disabled for most of your Internet browsing, but will come on automatically for 
In Internet Explorer, choose Internet Options from the Tools menu, then Security, then Trusted Sites. Select the Sites button, and add * to the list (the asterisk ensures that all Mayville State Bank sites will work as intended). 
Firefox has a similar feature in an add-on called NoScript. 
Collecting Information 
When you visit our website, we may collect information in order to service your accounts, save you time and money, and better respond to your needs. Please see our Privacy Policy for more information on how we collect, use and safeguard your personal information. 
Password Security 
You are solely responsible for maintaining Internet Banking password secrecy. Your password is used to gain access to the Internet Banking services. For your protection, we recommend you memorize your password and do not write it down. For added security, you should change your password periodically. A properly constructed password affords you a greater degree of assurance. A password is more secure if a) it contains more than eight characters, b) if those characters are both alpha and numeric characters, c) if it contains both upper and lower case, d) if it contains symbols, i.e. $, %, <, *, # etc. If your password is entered incorrectly on three (3) consecutive access attempts, your access to the Internet Banking service will be blocked. If you have enabled this feature, you can use the convenient password reset tool in our Internet Banking service by entering your user ID then choosing “Forgot your password” on the next screen. You could also call Mayville State Bank at 1-800-732-0642 or (989) 843-6145 to have your password reset. You should take precautions to protect your personal identification information, such as your driver’s license, Social Security number, etc. Someone may use this information alone, or in conjunction with other information, to access your account. If you believe that your password has been lost or stolen, or that someone has transferred or may transfer money from your account without your permission, notify us immediately by calling the number above. We reserve the right to deny access if user verification cannot be determined. It is required that you also file a police report concerning your lost or stolen account information if any damages have been committed. Treat your password the same as you would a lost or stolen Debit card. 
Safeguarding Your Computer 
The security of your computer, the computer(s) you use to access our site, is a factor in the security of your accounts. You should maintain software on your computer to guard against attacks such as viruses. There are many different software choices available and Mayville State Bank cannot recommend a specific brand.  
Unsolicited Email 
Don’t open unsolicited email. Email received from someone you don’t know may contain a dangerous virus or an offer that may lead to a loss of money or personal information. Mayville State Bank will never send you an email requesting personal information. If we need information, we would contact you by mail or in person. If you receive a request claiming to be from Mayville State Bank, you can verify its source by contacting us at 1-800-732-0642 or (989) 843-6145. 
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