Do you have a question about setting up your browser?
A Web browser is a software program that helps you retrieve and view documents from the World Wide Web.
The Web site is best viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768. Most computer systems today are capable of displaying this resolution. Please see your computer operating system manual for more details about changing this setting.
In order to better view Web pages, many browsers allow you to adjust the size of the font displayed. Consult the "Help" menu option within your browser for specific instructions.
To ensure a high level of security for our clients we require a browser that uses 128-bit encryption. This level of encryption is one of the strongest levels of encryption currently available to U.S. and Canadian citizens. We require the 128-bit encryption to ensure the safety of your account data. You may consult the "Help" menu, "About Internet Explorer" option, "Cipher Strength" to check your browser's current encryption level.
If you are currently using America Online, please minimize the AOL program and open the Microsoft Internet Explorer™ manually. Doing so will enable you to bypass problems associated with AOL.