Important AnnouncementIn Observance of Thanksgiving Day, we will be closed Thursday, November 22, 2018.
As a reminder, our ATMs along with online and mobile banking are available 24/7.

October Security Tips

>>October Security Tips
  • There are several steps you can take regularly to help prevent infection.

    Tip 1: Enable Passwords on ALL your devices – both for business and personal use

    Securing ALL devices, both personal and corporate, is highly recommended.  In the event a device is lost or stolen this can mitigate risk of your confidential information being utilized to compromise systems.

    RECOMMENDATION:

    1. Use strong passwords – 10 or more characters with upper/lower case letters, numbers and special characters.
    2. Increase difficulty – do not use passwords that can be easily guessed – birthdays, child’s name, many of these can be easily mined from sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
    3. Unique Password – use unique passwords for all websites, do not use your same password on multiple sites.
    4. Don’t Share! – never share your password even with friends and family, they may inadvertently disseminate your security.
    5. Security Verification – when setting security or password verification questions, choose questions that are unlikely to be mined from social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and others.

    Tip 2: Empty Temporary Internet Files & Cache Folders

    Any information you displayed or entered into your computer could possibly be temporarily stored in the browser memory storage area.

    RECOMMENDATION: After you have finished your internet browsing session, close your browser completely and erase any information that may have been stored in your browser.

    • Internet Explorer: Open Internet Explorer and go to → Internet Options.  Under Browsing history check the box Delete browsing history on exit, click Apply.  Before exiting Internet Options select Delete… under Browsing history to immediately remove these files.
    • Chrome: Open Chrome and go to → Select Advanced Settings.  Under Privacy Select “Content Settings…” here you can manage security settings for your browser sessions and limit cached content.

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2018-12-19T17:03:08+00:00
In advance of our upcoming systems conversion our Online Bill Pay Services are unavailable as of July 7, 2020. Please be advised all branches will close Friday, July 10, 2020 at 3 pm and will resume normal business hours Monday, July 13, 2020. For your convenience, you can continue to use your debit card at both Roselle Bank and Columbia Bank’s ATM networks. Online Banking, Mobile Banking and Telephone Banking will not be available during this time.

Beginning Monday, July 13, 2020, Roselle.Bank will redirect to ColumbiaBankOnline.com, where you can login to Online Banking, explore new products, digital services and more.