Accessibility with OlyFed.Com
We offer digital conveniences to customers through olyfed.com and mobile banking – allowing users to register for and access bank information and financial information online. To deliver this service, we are committed to providing a website and other digital products that are accessible to all users regardless of circumstance. We continually enhance the accessibility and usability of our website based upon standards recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Levels A and AA, and Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Accessible Rich Internet Application Suite (ARIA). We recognize users may have other needs that we are unable to support online. If you have difficulties using our website, or other digital products, have questions or want to provide feedback, we’re here to help. Call us at (360) 754-3400 or (800) 865-3470, visit one of our eight branch locations or send us a message.
For Customers with Screen Readers
In order to improve your screen reader experience, please: Keep your technology updated when possible. Use the latest versions of the assistive technology, operating systems and web browser applications. Navigate by headings. The top of each web page contains a consistent menu to assist you in finding information accurately and quickly. Control font sizes. Use browser and device settings to resize content for optimal reading.
For Customers with Mobile Phone or Tablet Technology
You can also download the latest version of our mobile app that can be used on any Apple or Android devices, which contains built-in screen readers and other accessibility features.
Additional Helpful Links
• Google/Chrome Accessibility
• Mozilla/Firefox Accessibility
• Microsoft/Internet Explorer (IE) Accessibility
• Apple/Safari Accessibility
Please note: within our website, we use different third-party websites such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. to spread news and information about Olympia Federal Savings’ community events, products, and services. These sites, which are controlled outside of our institution and may present challenges for some individuals that we are not able to control or remedy.