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Keeping you informed about your finances is essential, and our e-Alerts do just that. These messages will give you your account balances, remind you of loan payment due dates, alert you when your paycheck is deposited, and much more. E-Alerts are another America First product that can help you achieve economic financial freedom.
|Balance||You'll be notified when your account is low, or you have excess funds you may want to move to a higher-yield investment, such as a Money Market or Certificate Account.|
|Transaction||Be alerted when an ATM withdrawal is made, a Visa purchase clears your account, or other activities are happening.|
|New Message||This e-Alert tells you when a credit union representative sends a secure communication, including important Bill Pay information and other items.|
|Credit Limit||You'll know when you're nearing the limit on your Visa Credit Card or Checking Line of Credit.|
|Loan Payment Reminder||Receive a friendly notice of when your loan payment is due.|
|Online Statement Ready||This tells you your statement can be viewed online.|
|Direct Deposit||When your payroll or other expected deposit has been made to your account, you'll get an alert.|
|Certificate Account(s) Maturing||With this message, you'll know when a Certificate Account is nearing maturity, helping you choose to renew the account, make a change in the term, or select another option.|
|Account Maintenance||Provides notification when any of the following items occur: Address update, PIN change, Online Banking password change, replacement cards issued.|
|Check Alert||Use this e-Alert to learn about specific checks clearing your account. You may designate up to 10 check numbers or a single range of checks.|
Visit the Mobile Banking page for more information and to register.
Please be aware that some wireless service providers charge a nominal fee per text message received or sent. If you have trouble receiving a message, please contact your carrier directly.