Your DMP is Active and Now You Want Online Access to Your Account

Go to https://www.moneymanagement.org/dmp-activation.

  1. Step 1 is for Basic Information to link your DMP to your online account
    • Enter First name
    • Enter Last name
    • Enter Email address
    • Enter Last four digits of SSN
    • Enter Client number
    • Check the Terms and Conditions box
    • Click PROCEED TO STEP 2
  2. You’re now on Step 2 and will create your username, password, and security questions
    • Enter a Username
      1. Cannot be an email address
      2. Minimum of 6 characters
      3. Use letters and numbers only
    • Enter a Password
      1. Must be minimum of 8 characters, that include at least:
        1. 1 uppercase letter, and
        2. 1 numerical value, and
        3. 1 of these special characters: !  @  #  $  %  ^  &  *  (  )  -  _
    • Setup three security questions
      1. Be sure to use the tab key or mouse cursor (not the enter key) to move from security question to security question
    • Check the Privacy box
    • Click Click to Finish

Congratulations! You now have access to monitor creditor payments, setup automated deposits, access your monthly statements, and more.

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