Electronic Statements / Account Alerts

Statements Online

Did you know you can receive your statements online?

Why Bother with the Mail?

Get your statements when you want them, online.

Helps protect against Identity Theft

No paper to shred, no one going through your garbage.

Here’s How

Use the E-Statements Enrollment page to sign up to receive your credit union account statements electronically through It’s Me 247. E-Statements give you access to up to 12 months’ worth of account statements, so that you can view, print, or even save them to your local computer if you wish.

Choose the enrollment option you wish from the list at the bottom of the page. Enter your email address, then click Accept. You can immediately view your statements now, or return to It’s Me 247 at a later time and click the eStatements button on the main menu.

Separate help will be available while viewing your statements, to explain the e-Statement viewing and printing options.

A notification email will be sent to you each month or quarter (depending on when you would normally receive your account statement). For security reasons, the statement itself will not be attached to the email; you must log in to It’s Me 247 using your account number and password to view statements from our secure server.

If you have already signed up for e-Statements, you can use this page to change the enrollment option you’ve selected, or un-enroll completely so that you will begin receiving your statement via the regular mail again as before.

Account Alerts

E-Notices

Rather than wait for a paper notice to be mailed, members can enroll in E-Notices.  E-notices are sent to the member’s MY MESSAGES in It’s Me 247.  Member can choose to get a simple message sent to them via their e-mail address on file for late loan payments, overdraft, non-sufficient fund fee (NSF), or if they have a CD maturing.

E-Alerts

Members can pre-set specific E-Alert messages to be forwarded to their e-mail address on file alerting them when:

  • An account balance is getting low
  • An account balance is too high
  • Receive an e-alert when a loan payment is coming due
  • Receive an alert when an ACH withdrawal or deposit has occurred on your account

You can easily set up your Account Alerts by going to It’s Me 247 Online Banking

Click on My Messages, and then choose E-Alert or E-Notice Subscriptions.