If you are having trouble logging in, a good first step is checking your inbox for an email from us. If there’s nothing from us there, don't forget to see if it was accidentally routed to your “Spam” folder.
Too many incorrect password attempts
If there are more than a few failed attempts to login to your M1 account, you may receive an email from us requesting to update your password. This is extra security step helps to confirm it's really you and not someone else trying to use your account.
You can reset your password at any time, and you don’t need to disable 2FA to do so.
Once you enable 2FA on your account, you will need to enter the 2FA code every time you log in.
Your 2FA code is not sent to your phone via text or email, it is generated by the authenticator you chose when setting it up.
Enter the code into the M1 website or app when prompted.
Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (aMFA)
If we spot suspicious activity on your account, you may receive an email from us containing a 6-digit code you’ll use to login.
This one-time passcode is a security measure we use to ensure it's really you trying to access your account.
Error message directing you to contact support
If you repeatedly receive an error instructing you to contact support when entering your email and password, you may need to submit a request for our team to manually unlock your account.
IP Ban and International Access:
Accessing M1 from certain countries may be restricted. If you find yourself unable to access M1 internationally, please reach out to us for assistance.
Your account’s security is our top priority, and we’re here to ensure you can safely access your account.
If none of the information above addressed your login issue, please contact us.