What have you earned?
As you review your HomeFREE Checking account and debit card transactions in Online Banking, see how many SESLOC Reward points you’ve earned. One you are logged in, navigate to Services > Rewards Points. If it is the first time you’ve accessed SESLOC Rewards, you’ll be prompted to register. It just takes a minute! Then you can redeem points for merchandise, gift cards, travel experiences and more.
What is your credit score?
- Continuous credit monitoring**
- Monthly credit score upon demand**
- An annual credit report**
- Dark web monitoring
Once logged in to Online Banking, navigate to Services > Identity Theft Services. After signing in, select Credit Monitoring.
If it is your first time accessing this HomeFREE benefit, you’ll be asked to register. Follow the prompts, which include calling us at (805) 543-1816 to get your unique “Member ID.”
Have you checked your credit report recently?
Security Pro Tip: Help fight phishing scams!
Please use the links on this site for informational purposes regarding SESLOC member services and products. To access Online Banking ALWAYS type https://www.sesloc.org in your internet browser, and use the login box. Or, you may access Online Banking from the SESLOC mobile app on your smartphone. Don’t have Online Banking yet? Learn how to enroll today.
*Identity theft insurance is underwritten by Lyndon Southern Insurance Company, a member of the Fortega familty of companies. The information provided is a program summary. Please refer to the Identity Theft Expense Reimbursement Evidence of Coverage forms for additional information including details of benefits, specific exclusions, terms, conditions and limitations of coverage. Coverage is currently not available to residents of the state of New York and may not be available in other U.S. territories or jurisdictions in the future.
**Applicable to individuals age 18 and older who have a valid credit file. Credit monitoring, report and score are provided by TransUnion, subject to change. This credit score may not be consistent with the credit score model used by a lender, and therefore can not be relied upon to determine credit worthiness for any particular loan opportunity.