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eStatements and eNotices are free, value-added online services available within Online Banking that provide easy access to your monthly statements and notices related to your CASE account. Enjoy the benefit of receiving your account statements and notices faster than you would through regular mail and relax knowing that your documents are secure within Online Banking.

Note: Registered users will no longer receive paper statements and notices in the mail. Instead, you will receive an email notifying you that your eStatements and eNotices are ready for viewing within Online Banking.

With eStatements

  • Get your statement faster than through regular mail
  • View statements online anytime, anywhere
  • View previous months' statements
  • Print and save your statements
  • Reduce the potential for identity theft

With eNotices

  • Get your notices faster through regular mail
  • Receive notifications for account activity such as:
    • Term deposit account maturity
    • Past due payment
    • Non-sufficient funds (NSF)
    • Just In CASE notices
  • Reduce the potential for identity theft

Sign Up

If you are an existing eStatement user, you don't have to do a thing. Your eStatement enrollment automatically enrolls you for eNotices.

If you are not enrolled in eStatements and eNotices, please:

  • Login to Online Banking
  • Select "eStatements & eNotices – Electronic Documents Portal" located under Additional Services tab
  • Read and agree to the online disclosure
  • Complete the Enrollment Options screen and set Document Delivery Preference to "All By Electronic"
  • Click "Save"

Additional Information
For more information please view our eStatements and eNotices Frequently Asked Questions.

External link

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Although CASE has approved this as a reliable partner site, please be advised that you will no longer be subject to, or under the protection of, the privacy and security policies of the bank's website. The other party is solely responsible for the content of its website.

We encourage you to read and evaluate the privacy and security policies on the site you are entering, which may be different than those of the bank.

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