CNB institutes secure password change

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In our ongoing efforts to protect and strengthen the security of your personal and banking information, Central National Bank will be instituting a new PASSWORD to replace your current PIN used to access the Internet Banking system. Please be advised that the PIN you use for ATM withdrawals and cash back or debit purchases will not be affected in any way.  

Effective October 18, 2011, when you log in to Internet Banking, you will be required to replace your numeric PIN with a PASSWORD that must be between 8 and 25 characters long. This new PASSWORD must consist of letters and numbers. 

When designing your new PASSWORD, remember it will be case-sensitive. We suggest you select a PASSWORD that is easy to remember, and store it in a secure place, as the Bank will not have any record of it, and we cannot look it up for you. We can only reset it. 

If you experience any problems changing your PIN to a PASSWORD or any other Internet Banking access or login issues, please contact us at 580-233-3535 or call your local branch office. 

As always, please guard your login information. It is your protection against unauthorized persons accessing your banking information.