A password is the key to your online dealing account
In the same way that you protect and look after your house keys, care must also be taken to protect your password for your eTrading site dealing account.
How should you protect your password?
Be suspicious of any email or person who asks you to provide details of your personal account / information. No one at J.P. Morgan will ever ask you for your online password.
Try to memorise your password. Do not write down, store or record your password in any form.
Ensure that the password details cannot be inadvertently disclosed to someone who may be looking over your shoulder when you are entering your password. Always remember to logout from your sessions and close the browser when you leave.
Avoid using your date of birth, ID card number, telephone number or any other number that can be easily guessed as your password.
Change your password every 90 days. This is important especially if you think someone may have guessed your password.
Do not use the same password for different websites.
If you suspect that your password has been compromised, change it IMMEDIATELY and contact our Investment Advisers.