E-Statements

January 16, 2020
Man in wheelchair using computer to look at e-statements from UBT
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Secure, convenient, and free

e-Statements are a simple and secure way to maintain your checking or savings accounts. When you enroll in this online service, you’ll receive a monthly reminder by email when your statement is ready. Then, you can log in to Online Banking to view your new statement or look back through the last 24 months on record. With your financial information safely stored under Online Banking’s lock and key, you can feel good about getting one less piece of mail each month.

You don’t have to give up support when you sign up for e-Statements. Our Call Center is happy to walk you through the enrollment process, step-by-step. Or if you have questions down the road, you can always get the help you need by calling us.

e-Statements offer lots of benefits over paper statements:

  • One less thing to think about. We’ll send you an email when your statement is available. Then, simply log in and you can view up to 24 months of statements and check images.
  • Safer than paper. An e-Statement can’t be stolen from your mailbox, delivered to the wrong house, or taken from your trash. Plus, you use your secure Online Banking login to access your statements.
  • Good for the Earth, good for you. When you sign up for e-Statements, you’re extending the life of our natural resources. Plus, they’re a free way to help you manage your checking and savings statements faster and easier. Now that’s green!

To sign up for e-Statements:

Simply log in to Online Banking using your existing Access ID and password. From there, click on the "Options" tab at the top of the page and follow the sign-up process. View enrollment instructions.

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