Signing-up for E-Statements is free and easy. Just follow these steps:
1) Sign into your online banking account. Click on "Services" and then "Electronic Statements".
2) Click on the "View Electronic Agreement" button. Once you read and understand the agreement, click to accept it.
3) A pop-up box showing your email address will appear on the screen. This is the address where your verification code will be sent, so change it if you do not have access to the email account listed.
4) Check your email for the verification code. Enter the code where indicated in online banking, above the list of accounts.
5) Click the boxes next to the account number(s) you would like to receive E-Statements for, and then click on the "Submit" button.
6) Watch your email for a message from FirstBank of Nebraska, confirming that you have signed-up for E-Statements. From that point forward, you will receive an email when your next statement is available. Simply click on the link in your email and log-in to online banking to view or print your statement!
E-Statements are a free alternative to receiving your bank account statements in the mail each month or quarter. It's just like the regular bank statements you receive in your mailbox, but your statement notification is received electronically via email. At FirstBank of Nebraska, we encourage E-Statements because they help conserve the natural resources in our environment. Aside from helping you "Go Green," E-Statements also:
Help Protect Your Identity - E-Statements are much more secure than mailed statements because they are password protected online, and you reduce the risk of identity theft since your statement is no longer traveling through postal mail.
Save You Money - With FirstBank of Nebraska accounts, you actually SAVE money when you choose E-Statements because we typically waive your account maintenance fees.
Help You Clear the Clutter - If you're feeling overwhelmed by paper, E-Statements are the way to go! Now is your chance to get the bank statements off your desk or kitchen counter and keep them organized electronically.