Will I have to contact Mid Oregon for a new login or password before I can use the new system?
If you login using a member number and PIN, no. You'll use your current credentials (member number and four-digit PIN) to log in for the first time. Once you're in, the system will prompt you to set up a new, more secure password and a unique username for future logins. After that, your old login credentials will no longer work.
NOTE: Internet Explorer is not supported on this version of Digital Banking.
First-time login instructions for personal accounts
First-time login instructions for business accounts
If you ONLY have previously logged in on mobile, Yes. Please contact us to let us help you setup your accounts for Digital Banking. By submitting the form, we can help you avoid any on-hold wait times that might be occurring right now during the transition.
Does my.midoregon.com still function?
NO. Please delete any links or bookmarks you have to this site. It will not be supported using the new system.
Will multiple account owners have their own logins?
YES! Each member will set up their own username and password, and be able to personalize their views, favorite features, and more just as they like. No more sharing passwords!
If you are a joint owner on an account, and the other member on the account has already logged in, please contact us so we can help you log in for the first time.
Can joint account owners (children, etc.) on one account see my other accounts?
NO. Each unique user can only see the accounts where they are a joint owner. By establishing unique logins for each member, every member only sees the accounts that pertain to them. That is why it is important not to share usernames and passwords on the new system.
What if I have multiple accounts?
You'll have one login, and see all your account relationships in one place! Log in for the first time using your oldest Mid Oregon account. It's probably the account with the lowest member number, unless you had to be reissued a new member number (in case you were a victim of fraud, or some other rare occurrence). If you have a combination of business and personal accounts, use the first-time login instructions for businesses.