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Keep Tabs on Your Money

eAlerts, our electronic notification system, allows you to stay informed about specific activities on your account all without taking the time to call the credit union or log in to Digital Banking.

Sign-up for eAlerts Today!

  1. 1. Log-onto Digital Banking.
  2. 2. Click the “eAlerts” tab at the top of the “Accounts Summary” page.
  3. 3. Select any of the standard alerts from the list or click the “Add Alert” link to create a new custom alert.

It’s the easiest way of monitoring your account in order to keep it secure! Call us at 888.800.3328 if you need any help setting up your new eAlerts.

As cyberfraud remains one of the most prevalent crimes in the world, a quick response when something looks "odd" with your account can save you a lot of money … and headaches. By setting up eAlerts, you can help keep your account secure. So whether you want to know the last the your account was accessed online, or if any unintended transfers or transactions have taken place, by actively monitoring your account, you'll be able to stop cyber-hackers in their tracks. These notifications are especially convenient for members who receive their information through wireless devices (like PDAs, Mobile Phones, etc).

Set up is super fast and easy. Start with establishing your default settings then create your individual alerts. You can receive automatic notifications by email or text for things like:

  • When a specific check has cleared or when an automatic withdrawal is processed.
  • When an electronic transaction-like a deposit, or Debit Card/ATM withdrawal-posts to your account.
  • When your savings or loan balance reaches a certain dollar amount.
  • When a loan payment is due, made, or past due.
  • When your account is accessed via Digital Banking
  • And the list of alert types goes on and on because YOU decide what alerts you'll get.

And if that wasn't all, now there's no limit to the number of eAlerts you can set-up. You can sign up for multiple types of alerts, as well as multiple times for each alert type.