Information and Alerts
!! IMPORTANT: UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION !!
It is VERY IMPORTANT that we have updated contact information on file so that you can continue accessing eNavigator online banking after the upgrade to the new platform. You must have a valid email address and the information you provide at login must match what we have on file for you. For helpful information to help make your transition easy, click here.
Update your information today by giving us a call, or by stopping by one of our branches.
We Want Your Stories
Northern Skies has definitely grown and experienced many changes over the years. We want to honor our history by putting together a collection of old documents, pictures, letters, and memories our members may have. We would greatly appreciate anything you'd be willing to share. If you'd like to contribute, please contact Robyn at 907-550-4227 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
SIGN UP FOR eSTATEMENTS!
View and print your monthly statements from the comforts of home. With eStatements there's not need to wait and all of your account information is just a click away.
Simply sign in to eNavigator Online Banking then click on eSuite!
! HEARTBLEED BUG – Northern Skies Systems Have Not Been Affected
At Northern Skies, the security and safety of your account information is always top-priority. You can rest assured, knowing that we have confirmed that our systems are not vulnerable to the Heartbleed encryption bug.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
! PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FRUADSTERS !
Target recently announced that information from debit and credit cards used in their stores between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 of last year may have been compromised. In the event that your information may have been included, a member of our Electronic Services team will be in contact with you as soon as they are alerted.
Because of the vast amount of exposure that this recent breach has received, fraudsters may try to obtain information from individuals. If you should receive a call that seems suspicious, please hang up and DO NOT provide any personal information. Any legitimate information requests from us would be done directly by a staff member who already has your information available to them in our system. If you have questions, or information you feel is important to share with us, please call us directly at (907) 561-1407 or (800) 747-1407.
For more information about how you can protect your account and identity, please visit the security pages of our website.
FBI WARNS OF NEW FRAUDULENT CREDIT CARD SCHEME | Updated 03-26-13
"Under this new scheme, victims receive a text message on their cell phones stating their cards had been de-activated and to call a 907 area code number to re-activate. The recording asked for their 16-digit card number, expiration date, CVV code, and PIN."
The FBI advises that if you should receive a text message from an entity regarding a credit card account, delete the message and call the number listed on the back of your credit card.