Why wait for your statement to come in the mail? With e*Statements, viewing your account information is as easy as opening an email. E*Statements are convenient, reliable and secure. Best of all, they are completely free. Simply log on to online banking and click on “e*Statements” to sign up. If you ever change your mind, we’ll be happy to switch you back to paper statements.
Another Easy Way to Pay Online
The options available to pay for goods and services online continue to expand. Now, consumers can pay for Internet purchases with an automated clearing house (ACH) debit from their accounts.
However, there are a couple of things you should be aware of before providing your financial information online:
- By providing authorization over the Internet, along with routing and account numbers, you've authorized initiation of an ACH debit to your account for the purpose of purchasing goods or services.
- Make sure you're on a secure site before entering financial information over the Internet. You’ll know you are when the http: prefix changes to https:, “S” for secure.
- Information relating to the transaction (merchant name and transaction amount, for example) will appear on your monthly share draft/checking statements.
- You have the right to place a stop payment order on an Internet debit transaction or to be credited for such a transaction if it's unauthorized. However, nothing replaces safe habits and efforts to only use secure sites and prevent your personal info from falling into others’ hands.
Save Your Identity with e*Statements
Reduce your chances of being a victim of mail fraud - receive your credit union statement electronically.
Even though identity thieves are finding new ways to steal information over the Internet, the original theft (i.e. taking out a credit card in your name) tends to be a low-tech crime. According to the Federal Trade Commission, about half the country's victims know how their information was swiped, and in many cases, the breach was paper such as bills, credit card solicitations, and financial statements, pilfered from garbage cans and mailboxes.
Receive your statement electronically and enjoy safety, timeliness, and convenience.
Home Banking Questions
- What is my initial home banking (e*Teller) password?
- What should I do if my home/online banking (e*Teller) login fails?
- How do I sign up for home/online banking (e*Teller)?
- How do I log in to online banking (e*Teller)?