Not yet a VIP Member?
Your VIP username and the corresponding password are used to sign
in and identify your VIP membership account. The goal of the sign-in process is to protect your
Username and Password
The protection of your VIP membership account starts with
you. If you let others know your username and especially your password,
they can sign in as you and use your VIP membership account. These are
some of the recommended steps that you can follow to protect your VIP
- The VIP username does not have
to be highly protected. When you contact Viba Fima for support, the
support staff will likely begin by asking you about your VIP username.
However, it is good practice to give out the VIP username only on a
need-to-know basis. There is no particular reason for you to let
strangers know about your VIP username since it is one of the two
pieces of data required during sign-in.
- The other piece of data is your password.
On no occasion should you ever give out the password, unless you want
the recipient to be able to sign in and use your VIP membership
account. YOU SHOULD NEVER GIVE OUT YOUR PASSWORD TO THE VIBA
FIMA STAFF, even if requested. Instead, you should report this
request to a Viba Fima manager since it is against the company policy
for staff to solicit the password information.
- When you sign in to the Vibase, some Web browsers will offer to
remember your username and password. It is recommended that you should
NOT use this feature, for the following reasons:
- This feature seems convenient, but only if you can secure the
physical access to the computer you are using to sign in. Otherwise,
anybody who has access to this computer will be able to sign in as
you. This is especially true if you are using a public computer,
such as those in a public library.
- If you let the browser remember your password, you tend to forget
what it is. When you need to sign in from another computer, you may
forget what the password is. Out of sight, out of mind.