e-Statements and e-Notices
e-Statements and e-Notices are available FREE to all of our members who are enrolled in our Remote Banking product. Please contact a Member Services Representative for details or to answer any of your questions.
e-Statements are monthly electronic statements that are available to all of our members at no charge (if you choose paper statements, a fee does apply). You must be enrolled in Remote Banking to qualify. Please contact a Member Services Representative for details or questions.
When you enroll in e-Statements, you’ll get a secure, convenient and environmentally friendly way to access your monthly statements.
- Receive an e-mail notification from Fort Billings FCU the day your statement is available.
- Access all of your account statements and check images by logging on to Remote Banking.
- View your statements 24-hours a day from anywhere with internet access.
- Download and save your statements to view whenever it is convenient for you.
One Less Thing to Think About
We’ll notify you by e-mail when your statement is available. Then simply log in and view all of your 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 Remote Banking login to access your statements.
Good for Earth. Good for You.
When you sign up for e-Statements, you’re extending the life of our natural resources. Plus they are a free way to help you manage your checking and savings statements faster and easier. Now that's green.
To enroll in e-Statements: Please log into your Remote Banking account. From there, click on the Statements tab, and follow the sign-up process.
e-Notices are paperless versions of some notifications that would otherwise be mailed to you. These may include but are not limited to:
- Certificate Maturity
- Certificate Renewal
- Overdraft Notice – Debit Card
- Overdraft Notice – All other types
- Loan Billing
- Late Payment
We highly recommend enrollment, not only to conserve resources, but also because of the great convenience to you. An overdraft notice for example, might arrive in your mail box four or five days after your account has become overdrawn - and you might not open your mail every single day. By then, other items may have caused overdraft that you might not be aware of. On the other hand, an e-Notice would be sent to you the day after you become overdrawn empowering you to take action to prevent further overdraft items. If you are traveling you could receive the notice directly to your phone and/or email. Also, unlike paper notices, they never run the risk of getting lost in the mail.