4 Reasons You Should Use E-Statements

9/28/2016

We get it, life is busy and demanding at times and convenience is imperative. Between family, work and life obligations, priorities can change without much warning. That’s why e-statements are a great way to keep track of your finances. Here are four reasons e-statements may be the best option for you.

1. Security

When you receive e-statements instead of paper statements, your information is delivered directly to your online banking account. This significantly the chance of third party interference. Our priority is ensuring the security of your account and information.

2. You get it more quickly/the day it generates

You instantly receive an email notice to let you know your e-statement is ready. At Marine Bank, we believe you should be able to get your information when you need it. Typically, your e-statement will arrive in your online banking account 24 hours after your statement is generated.

3. E-statements are free as opposed to paper statements

E-statements don’t cost you a cent versus paper-statements which vary in cost depending on your type of account.

4. Better for the environment

Going green is easier than you thought! Paperless

 


Ready to Sign Up for E-statements?

-Log into your online banking account
-Click on the account for which you are choosing electronic statements (The account number in blue)
-Click the “Statements” tab
-Read our electronic statement agreement
-Use the scroll bar to the far right to scroll past the agreement. Click the “Accept” button and enter your information.
-Click “Sign up” to submit the form

 

Written By: Brooke Thomas

Digital Banking

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