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Sign up for eStatements it is fast and easy. Just sign-in to your First Choice Credit Union home banking and use the eStatements menu along the top. A box will be pre-checked to GO Paperless. View the disclosure and click continue and you are all set.

eStatements, also referred to as electronic statements, have many advantages over paper statements.

Faster – statements are available shortly after the month ends

Greener - environmentally friendly -no paper, ink or fuel is needed to get you your statement

Secure – mail can be lost, stolen, or tampered with

Disposal - eliminates the need to securely dispose of paper statements

Save – you will avoid the $2 paper statement fee each month a paper statement is delivered

You will receive an email notification when your eStatements are available. The eStatements are PDF documents that are easily stored on your home device. There are 24 months of online storage available from the point you begin eStatements. For example, if you started eStatements in January 2022 at the end of June 2022 you would have six statements in your online storage.

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