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eStatements

It’s time to make the free switch. Trade the paper clutter for easy electronic statements. We promise you won’t miss that stack of unopened envelopes! Losing the paper trail also means gaining security. The less you leave for identity thieves, the better you can avoid becoming a victim of fraud. Save yourself — and the environment — sign up for eStatements today.

2023 – AB&T – eStatements

Benefits of eStatements

  • Reduce paper waste and help the environment
  • Fast, free, and easy alternative to paper statements
  • Receive email notice when new eStatement is ready
  • Easier to retrieve information when needed
  • Easily available online 24/7 through online banking
  • Reduce chance of fraud and identity theft
  • Arrive faster than paper statements
  • Simplify recordkeeping and eliminate storage hassles
  • Easily access past statements
  • View check images listed within your statement
  • Easily view, search, save, download, and print online

How to Enroll

Enroll in eStatements by following these simple steps:

  1. Log into your Online Banking profile at your computer.
  2. Click on Options at the top right then scroll to eStatments Enrollment at the bottom of your screen.
  3. Select the accounts you would like to have eStatements on. Read the Terms & Conditions.
  4. Type the verification code that is found by scrolling to the end of Terms & Conditions.

*Note – Please review your email address under Options. An email notification will be sent to that email address when your statement is ready to view.

eStatements

2023 – AB&T – eStatements

It’s time to make the free switch. Trade the paper clutter for easy electronic statements. We promise you won’t miss that stack of unopened envelopes! Losing the paper trail also means gaining security. The less you leave for identity thieves, the better you can avoid becoming a victim of fraud. Save yourself — and the environment — sign up for eStatements today.

Benefits of eStatements

  • Reduce paper waste and help the environment
  • Fast, free, and easy alternative to paper statements
  • Receive email notice when new eStatement is ready
  • Easier to retrieve information when needed
  • Easily available online 24/7 through online banking
  • Reduce chance of fraud and identity theft
  • Arrive faster than paper statements
  • Simplify recordkeeping and eliminate storage hassles
  • Easily access past statements
  • View check images listed within your statement
  • Easily view, search, save, download, and print online

How to Enroll

Enroll in eStatements by following these simple steps:

  1. Log into your Online Banking profile at your computer.
  2. Click on Options at the top right then scroll to eStatments Enrollment at the bottom of your screen.
  3. Select the accounts you would like to have eStatements on. Read the Terms & Conditions.
  4. Type the verification code that is found by scrolling to the end of Terms & Conditions.

*Note – Please review your email address under Options. An email notification will be sent to that email address when your statement is ready to view.

*To receive the $10 credit offer, you must enroll in estatements through your AB&T Online Banking account, found under Profile – Electronic Statements. Enrollment in estatements is not offered through the AB&T Mobile App or in branch. Offer valid to existing American Bank & Trust customers whose opened an account prior to December 31, 2022. Offer valid per account that is not enrolled in estatements on, or prior to, December 31, 2022. Limit to one time use per account. Offer will be automatically credited to your AB&T account within 30 days of enrollment. To receive this offer, the enrolled account must not be closed or restricted at the time of payout. If the checking account is closed by the customer or American Bank & Trust within six months after enrollment, AB&T will deduct the offer for that account at closing. American Bank & Trust reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time without notice. Offer is considered interest and will be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT (or Form 104-S, if applicable.)

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