Stop mailbox overcrowding and reduce your risk of Identity Theft by signing up for e-Statements. The benefits of RVCU e-Statements:

Enroll with e-Statements

Why e-Statements?

Identity theft is on the rise and e-Statements is one way to prevent your important financial information from getting in the wrong hands.

Availability - We retain your accumulated e-Statements for 5 years.
Speed - e-Statements are ready three to four days earlier than mailed statements
Convenience - You can access statements whenever you're ready from anywhere you have internet access
Security - Your statement is protected with state of the art encryption technology.
Safe for the Environment - Paper is eliminated making e-Statements an environmentally friendly option.
Affordable - This service is absolutely FREE
Stay Informed - View our special offers and events online.

How Does It Work?

You will receive an e-mail on approximately the third business day of the month letting you know that your statement is ready to be viewed. The e-mail will include the URL to link to RVCU’s statement processor’s secure website. You can print your statement for reconciliation purposes. Once you enroll in e-Statements your monthly statements will be available on-line for five years. Should you need a statement that is not seen in your e-Statement file, contact the credit union to receive a copy.

How Do I Sign Up?

e-Statements are FREE to all Rock Valley Credit Union members. Enroll within e-Statements. Activation will be completed by the credit union. To guarantee receipt of e-Statements, enrollment must be completed prior to the 25th of the month.

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