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Online bank statements are electronic versions of your paper statements, available at no cost.1 Whether you normally bank online, in branch, or mobile, being able to view your statements electronically is more convenient and better protects your personal information from theft.

Get Started with e-Statements Today

  1. Sign on to or enroll in online banking and select the account you would like to start receiving e-statements for.
  2. At the top of the screen, select "Statements."
  3. Change the "Mail Preferences" toggle to off. This will stop paper statements from being mailed.

Features of Online Bank Statements

  • See your electronic statements securely anytime in online banking.
  • Look for a monthly email from us that lets you know when your latest statement is ready to view in online banking.
  • Review up to seven years of account statements including checking, savings, loans and lines of credit, trust, and credit cards statements, as well as important documents, such as tax forms.

Benefits of Online Bank Statements

  • Reduce the risk of identity theft from lost, stolen, or misdirected mail since your bank statements will only exist online.
  • Reduce paper waste and the resources used for printing and delivering account statements to your home, and avoid a monthly applicable paper statement fee.
  • Reduce clutter. You can access your statement history online and download your statements, so there's no need to store your bank account statements at home or in the office.
Online & Mobile Banking

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get started with easy, secure online and mobile banking.
Online & Mobile Banking

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Document Delivery Terms

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review the authorization details for online statement and document delivery.
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Normal account service charges still apply.