Tired of waiting for the mailman to bring your monthly statement? Well, wait no more, the credit union e-Statements are here! e-Statements are a free service that could help make managing your finances a little easier. How To Read Your Statement
What is it?
e-Statements allow you to access your credit union account statements online instead of receiving the paper copy in the mail. The statement will look just like the one you currently receive. The statement inserts, such as the newsletter, that usually accompany your paper statement in the mail will be available for you to view electronically as well. Sign up now, simply log into I-Branch Home Banking, select Accounts/e-Statements.
How does it work?
You will receive an email on approximately the fourth business day of each month letting you know that your statement has been posted to the e-Statement site. The email will include the URL to link to UIECU's statement processor's secure website. (The URL will include the word "lasertec" within the link.) Print a Reconciliation Form to help check your account.
To view e-Statements, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader version 5.0 or better.
How do I sign up?
e-Statements are free for UIECU members and signing up is a breeze.
One Easy Step: Login to I-Branch Home Banking and send a secure message requesting e-Statements - be sure to include a valid email address in your message!
Please note that you will only be able to receive your statements one way, either e-Statements or paper copies. The choice is yours. However, if you sign up and decide that e-Statements don't suit your needs, you can switch back to receiving paper statements with ease.
Are my statements secure?
Yes. UIECU uses the latest Internet security technology and techniques to help ensure that your statement information is as secure as possible. These techniques include user authentication, data encryption, and the use of secure servers, which are designed to keep out potential intruders. UIECU e-Statements use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol to encrypt sensitive data prior to transmission over the Internet so it is protected from anyone attempting to read it in transit. There is strong encryption between the member and Web server, as well as between the Web server and back-end systems.