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The Entitlements feature will allow a member to add access for sub-users to their VyStar Internet and Mobile Banking accounts. A Business Owner may need to provide access to their business accounts for a bookkeeper or accountant. Or a relative with a Power of Attorney may need to be able to pay a bill for a loved one using their member account, Entitlements will allow for this kind of access.
Quick Payment (Bill Pay)
6. Review the screen for accuracy and click Save.
Note: Sub-users are granted access to specific accounts. The member setting up sub-user access has the ability to determine which accounts the sub-user has access to and the access type.
Yes, the primary, joint members and agent (for Business accounts) have access to the sub-user management Web page in the "Settings/Service" menu.
Remember: Only the primary user that set up a sub-user has the ability to see, change, or revoke access for that specific sub-user.
In the "Entitlements" section, a primary user can:
Shared Access: Full but limited access to all accounts with access to the following: (Note: This access is almost the same as a primary user.)
Custom Access: Limited customizable access on each account with the following options:
Note: Quick Payment (Bill Pay) is only displayed and available on a checking account.
The primary, joint members and agents (for Business accounts) have access to the sub-user management Web page.
Any account under a person’s login including:
IMPORTANT: For credit cards, if a sub-user is set up with:
Sub-users must accept the Internet Banking terms and conditions when logging in for the first time. You are fully responsible for all transactions conducted by any and all Sub-users, and all third parties to whom such sub-users may disclose their username and password, whether those transactions are authorized by you or not.
Full terms and conditions for Entitlements (Authorized Users) are available on the Disclosure page of the VyStar website.
The table below provides the additional access a sub-user has through entitlements.