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IF YOU HAVE TRIED THE ABOVE BUT YOU ARE BACK ON THIS SCREEN BECAUSE THE SITE STILL REMEMBERS YOU:
Because all browsers are different in the way they save cookies, if you want to be 100% sure your browser forgets your old user name and password, you can follow the steps below:

In Google Chrome:
Click the Wrench icon ("Customize and control Google Chrome.").
(1) Choose "Tools" and then "Clear Browsing Data".
(2) Check "Delete cookies and other site data" and then click the button "Clear browsing data".
(3) Now when you go to the www.texasgulfbank.com Sign In screen, your user name may still be filled in but you can type in a different one or go to Register.

In FireFox:
Go to "Tools" and "Options" menu.
(1) Click the "Privacy" TAB at the top. Click the "Show Cookies" button. Find www.texasgulfbank.com in the list and click on it. Now click the "Remove Cookie" button.
(2) Click the "Security" TAB at the top. Click the "Saved Passwords" button. Find www.texasgulfbank.com in the list and click on it. Now click the "Remove" button.
Now when you go to the www.texasgulfbank.com Sign In screen, your user name may still be filled in but you can type in a different one or go to Register.

In Internet Explorer go to "Tools" and "Internet Options". Then, under "Browsing History" click DELETE and make sure "Cookies" is checkboxed. Careful you do not checkbox other settings that will cause Internet Explorer to forget your passwords.

NOTE: Now you MUST close all browser windows and re-open Internet Explorer and come back to this site.

In Safari:
Go to "Settings" and then "Preferences". A new window will appear.
(1) Click the "Security" TAB at the top.
(2) Click the "Show Cookies" button.
(3) Find www.texasgulfbank.com in the list and click on it. (4) Now click the "Remove" button.
Now when you go to the www.texasgulfbank.com Sign In screen, your user name may still be filled in but you can type in a different one or go to Register.