As you visit our branches over the next few weeks, you may see us in the midst of refreshing our lobbies. We will continue to offer great service to our membership as we make some improvements!
CUe-Branch Online Banking
CUe-Branch is Aventa’s Online Banking system. It is a free, convenient, and secure way of accessing your Aventa accounts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Features of Aventa’s CUe-Branch Online Banking include:
- Account Dashboard – get an overview of your accounts, view account activity, pending transactions, transfer funds, and more.
- e-Alerts – set up e-Alerts on your account to easily monitor account activity.
- View E-Statements – receive your monthly statements online for free.
- I-Pay – Aventa’s electronic bill pay service which enables you to pay bills from anywhere using a computer.
Register now for CUe-Branch Online Banking.
Additions and Updates to Online Banking
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA):
MFA is a proactive security measure. Security experts agree that the traditional User ID and password combination has become outdated and could be a security risk. Security questions, such as “What’s your maiden name?” are becoming too “guessable” with social media and the amount of personal information available. Multi-Factor Authentication adds another layer of protection to safeguard your transactions.
Verification With Two Forms of Authentication
Your user ID and password count as one form of authentication. If you have already registered your computer, the computer serves as your second factor because it has a stored cookie file which recognizes you. If you login using a device that is not registered, a security code is generated and sent to you via text message or email. Even if you frequently change devices, this security feature is in place to provide greater protection from unauthorized activity.
Note: One of the keys to multi-factor authentication is having accurate contact information for you on file at Aventa so you can authenticate your log in. If we don’t have your correct mobile number or email, you may not be able to log in to online or mobile banking.