New Multi-Factor Authentication in Quicken/QuickBooks for Online Banking

November 12th, 2019

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To increase the protection of your financial information, we’ve recently changed the security requirements for Online Banking users who utilize third-party financial management software such as Quicken, QuickBooks, or Mint. When accessing these programs and updating financial information using your First Interstate Online Banking credentials, you will be prompted to complete multi-factor authentication. You will receive a one-time verification/registration code in order to connect to Online Banking and retrieve your most recent balances and transactions.

If you have any questions regarding the new multi-factor authentication, please call the Client Contact Center at 855-342-3400.

Following are screenshots from Quicken and QuickBooks representing what you will see:

Quicken

QuickBooks