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Take advantage of the security and paperless convenience of receiving your monthly Wheatland Bank statements electronically. When you sign up for E-Statements, we will send you a friendly e-mail reminder letting you know when your statement is ready for viewing in our secure Online Banking account.
Online Banking automatically stores up to 24 months of your statement history and check images, so you won't need files of paper statements. To maintain a longer account history, statements may be saved to your personal computer or downloaded to a personal finance software such as Quicken®, Quickbooks® or Microsoft Money®. If you would prefer copies of your statements and check images on CD-Rom, we are happy to oblige for a minimal fee.
No more waiting for your statement to arrive each month. Your statement will be available days earlier with E-Statements and accessible to you from anywhere.
All of your personal information is behind our secure Online Banking platform, not in your mail box. For more information on your part of maximizing online security and minimizing the risk of identity theft, click here.
Access to E-Statements does require enrollment in Online Banking with Wheatland Bank. Click here to enroll and begin taking advantage of the security and convenience offered by E-Statements. If you are already an Online Banking customer, click here to log into your account. Once you are logged in, following these simple steps:
1. Click on the "statement" link under the "accounts" tab and select "Electronic Only Statement Delivery".
2. Read and accept the E-Disclosure Policy.
3. Once you are enrolled, you will receive an e-mail notification when a new account statement is available for viewing in Online Banking. You can then print, download or save the statement.
For every deposit account converted to E-Statements on/before March 31, 2013, Wheatland Bank will give you one entry into the drawing for a new 16GB iPad® with Retina Display. Click here to view the complete promotion rules.