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Go paperless with online statements

Did you know that you can change how you receive your monthly statements? If you don't want the extra mail, you can switch to eStatements and view all your statements in one convenient online location.
 

eStatements, or digital statements, are available within online and mobile banking. Instead of getting your statement in the mail each month, you'll get an email letting you know that it's ready to view. It's completely free, and you'll be able to view, search, save, and print all of your previous statements.

How to set up eStatements


In your online banking account, find the Statements/Notices tab in the menu. Once there, click Delivery Options
  1. Edit or add a delivery destination by clicking the pencil icon at the end of the account line. 
  2. Use the drop-down to choose your "Delivery Type". 
  3. Add or change your email address
  4. Click the Save button when you are finished.

Login to Online Banking to Set Up

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