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5 Reasons to Switch to E-statements

1. Cut Down on Clutter

Is your mailbox overflowing? Cut down on the clutter by eliminating the need to search through your mail for your statement. Instead, access your statements easily through online banking.

2. See Statements Faster

Don't wait for snail mail to arrive in order to access your newest monthly statement. With e-statements, you can view the newest monthly statement as soon as it is ready in online banking. 

3. Reduce Risk of Identity Theft

You won't have to worry about fraudsters stealing your personal information on your statements, especially if you are going away for a while and will not be around to monitor your mailbox. Our online banking platform is safe and secure. Only you will have access to log in and view statements.

4. Secure Storage and Organization

Have no secure place to store and organize your statements? With e-statements, you won't have to worry about tracking down that misplaced statement. The last year's worth of e-statements will be available for you to view and print whenever you need. You'll be able to find the exact statement you need, without the hassle.

5. Save Paper

Going paperless is also better for the environment! You can lower your carbon footprint by choosing to access your statements online instead of being sent via the mail. Save trees and cut down on emissions from transportation. It's all-around a win for our planet!

Disclaimer: Any reference made in this blog to a specific product, process, or service does not constitute or imply an endorsement by Connected Credit Union of the product, process, or service, or its producer or provider.

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