Alerts and Reminders
Understand how banking alerts can help you stay on track.
Online and mobile banking make it easy to stay on top of your money – but what about when you simply don’t have time to log in and check? Wouldn’t it be nice if someone were monitoring things for you?
That’s why banking alerts and reminders are handy. They notify you if something important changes or goes wrong. Here’s more about how they work.
- You can set alerts to your specifications. For example, you can choose to be alerted when your balance goes over or under a specified amount. Alerts can be sent to an email address, as a text message, or as a visible message when you log in to online banking.
- You also can choose to be alerted if any insufficient funds or failed online transfers occur, thus potentially avoiding further overdrafts and fees.
- You can have a snapshot of your daily balance and account summary sent to you, without having to log in. This way, you stay aware of what you’re spending, and you can decide whether or not you want to make that big purchase, fully informed.
With the convenience of alerts, even when you aren’t monitoring your banking, you are.