The first step to helping protect your money is routine monitoring and real-time account notices.
Once securely logged in to Carolina Trust online banking, you can set up free electronic alerts and enroll in free electronic statements.*
Staying informed about your account transactions is important. eAlerts track the account activities you specify – like a large debit/ATM withdrawal or direct deposit – and update you with a text or email if/when those transactions occur. You determine which eAlerts you want to set up and where the notices are sent. You can even provide multiple mobile numbers and email addresses if you share an account with someone.
Get eAlerts for:
- Low balances
- Direct deposits
- Non-sufficient funds
- Large withdrawals
- Regulation D transaction
- And many more
*Online banking enrollment is required to access the Carolina Trust mobile banking app. Other digital banking services such as bill pay, eStatements, and eAlerts require enrollment from within online banking before they can be accessed from the mobile app.
When financial statements are sent in the mail, they become vulnerable to theft. eStatements provide a level of security with encrypted, password protection that keeps your information safer from fraudsters and identity thieves.
Secure delivery. eStatements are accessed through online banking, which means your account identity has been verified with your unique login credentials. You receive a monthly email when your eStatement is available for viewing.
Convenient. You receive your statement faster online than by mail and save time decluttering and shredding paper copies
Eco-friendly. Less multi-page paper statements and envelopes mean less waste. However, if you need a paper copy of your eStatement, you always have the option to print it.
Enroll in eStatements by logging on to Online Banking
Not Enrolled? No problem. Set up your username and password in just a few simple steps. When you do, you’ll get instant access to all your online accounts.
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