April 15th, 2013

Switch to eStatements and You Could Win a Year of Netflix


April is Green Month at SMCU, and we’re encouraging all of our members to cut down on environmental impact. It goes without saying that eStatements are more environmentally friendly than paper statements. No trees, no electricity-heavy paper production processes, and no discarded statements mistakenly placed in the trash (or even recycled, which uses electricity).

The perks of eStatements go beyond being green, however. eStatements are also more convenient and more secure. Keeping your financial information out of your mailbox is a good way to deter identity thieves, and you’ll be able to view your eStatement up to a week sooner than you would receive your paper statement. Plus, you can say goodbye to the days of paper-cluttered counters and misplacing your statements. They’ll always be right where you want them whenever you need them.

Win a Year of Netflix Online Streaming

We’re giving away eight, year-long subscriptions to Netflix’s online streaming service. Watch unlimited movies and shows on your computer, tablet, phone, and other internet-enabled devices without ever having to go to the store or the mailbox. Every member who makes the switch to eStatements in the month of April will be automatically entered to win. Two winners will be randomly selected each week.

Read the official rules here.

Sign Up Today

To sign up for eStatements, simply log into Online Banking and click “eStatements” in the “Additional Services” tab. Follow the onscreen instructions, and you’ll be all set. Signing up for eStatements is one easy way to go green and take advantage of the great benefits they offer.

2 Responses

  1. jami airhart says:

    What if your already an Estatement user will you be automatically entered in the Nexflix contest??

    • SMCU says:

      Great question, Jami. If you’re already signed up for eStatements and you’d like to enter the giveaway, please email voice@smcu.com with your name and mailing address. Thank you for using eStatements.