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eStatements & eAlerts

Here’s some important eFormation:


As you know, in business staying on top of your finances is everything. With Delta Community CU's free eStatements, you’ll be able to look at your monthly business account statements and your Business Visa® Platinum Card statements right from your computer. They’re quicker than normal U.S. Mail delivery and show your check images right on your statement. Monthly account statements arrive the first business day of the following month and Visa statements arrive around day11 or 21of the month, depending on the cycle date. All you have to do is look out for them. You’ll receive an email alert when they’re available. Your first eStatement will arrive the following cycle date after enrollment.

Once you sign up, you'll be able to view all of the statements in your account’s history. And Delta Community Business Visa Platinum Cardholders will be able to access their Annual Summary of Charges through eStatements in Online Banking. This easy-to-read statement categorizes all yearly purchases made with the card.

How do I get them?

It’s easy. Just log in to your Online Banking account, go to the Tools and Services menu and select eStatements. You’ll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to use this service.


Another way to keep up with your business finances is with Delta Community’s eAlerts. They’re delivered to you daily with important business account information. You’ll be able to set alerts that notify you when your account balance has reached a certain threshold, if an overdraft has occurred on your business account or if there’s been a change to your business account information.

With eAlerts, you’ll always know what’s happening with your business account and your businesses’ money. If your checking balance gets too low or if your credit card balance gets too high, eAlerts will let you know without even having to log in to Online Banking. All you have to do is choose what you want to know and how you want to be notified and you'll get an alert via email telling you what's going on. eAlerts will even notify you on your cell phone with a text message if you prefer. But be sure to check with your cell provider first to see if any charges apply. We don’t want you getting any unwanted text fees.

How do I get them?

Simply log in to Online Banking, go to the Tools and Services menu and select eAlerts.

Important Notice: You are accessing a secure site with confidential information which is restricted to authorized persons only. Unauthorized access or use is not permitted and constitutes a crime punishable by law. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.