Alerts will allow you to set up notices and alarms, sent to your email or appearing within online banking, for a variety of conditions. You can set an alert to warn if a balance falls too low, or to notify you of deposits, or even to notify you every time there is activity on your account.
Set Up, Change, or Delete Alerts
Enter your Access ID and click the Submit button.
On the next screen enter your Password and click the Submit button.
On the opening screen you will find a link to Alerts on the left side just below the link to Secure Mail. Click one time on the word "Alerts" to open the screens to set up an alert.
From this screen you can set up a new Alert, change an existing Alert, See alert messages or setup a new Alert. To set up a new Alert click one time on "Setup new alert."
From the drop down list select the type of Alert you wish to set up. Dropdown options are listed below.
- 1) Checking Deposit Notice — notifies you once per day in the evening of deposits made that day into a checking account.
- 2) Checking Low Balance Alert — notifies you if your checking account balance falls below a certain amount.
- 3) Line of Credit Draw Alert — notifies you once per day in the evening if a Line of Credit draw has occurred.
- 4) Loan Payment Due — Notifies you once when a loan payment is due.
- 5) Loan Payment Received — notifies you once when a loan payment is posted to your loan account.
- 6) Return Deposit Item Notice — notifies you if an item you have deposited by check or ACH has been returned.
- 7) Savings Deposit Notice — notifies you once per day of deposits made that day into a savings account.
- 8) Savings Low Balance Alert — notifies you immediately if your savings account balance falls below a certain amount.
- 9) Todays Pending Transactions — notifies you immediately of any debits to your account.
Alerts are set up by account. Select the account you are wanting to receive this alert on. Leave the Check Every time at the default value. Select if you wish to receive your Alert from within the system or by email. Most people will prefer email. If you receive the notice from within the system you would have to log in to your internet banking periodically to see if you have any alerts. Using email means the alerts will be sent to your email. If you select email, enter an appropriate email address. If you enter a texting address you should be able to receive your Alert as a text.
The next screen will show you the Alert you have set up.
You will be returned to the set up screen where you will see your new Alert listed. To the right of the Alert are buttons to change or delete the Alert. This is same screen you reached by clicking on Alerts in the first step. You can find this screen anytime that same way. From here you can always add, change or delete your alerts. This is also the screen from which you will see actual Alert messages if you chose to receive them in the system instead of sending them to email or texting.