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April 2013
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Keeping it Green at Park Bank
Go green by signing up for paperless statements

Receiving your bank or credit card statements electronically not only provides added convenience, it helps the environment as well. Be green - go "e"!

Park Bank eStatements provide added convenience and save natural resources. And, for those who have a Park Bank credit card, we now offer paperless statements for you, too.    

A study by an alliance of financial and consumer billing agencies shows that if one in five households switched to electronic bills, statements and payments, the nation would collectively save 151 million pounds of paper per year. At the same time, we would avoid filling 8.6 million household garbage bags with waste and producing 2 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions. Yikes! If you aren't getting your statements online, now is the time to start.
With Park Bank’s eStatements, you receive account statements through Park Bank’s secure online banking resource. An e-mail message will notify you when your eStatement is available. To access your eStatement, click on the link in the email to go to Park Bank OnLine Banking. Then click on eDocuments to store and use the information as you see fit. And without the “paper trail” created by mailed statements, you needn’t worry about losing your essential data, which is also protected against improper access.
For Park Bank credit card holders, now offers free paperless statements, in addition to many other convenient options for managing your credit card account. Go to to enroll today.
To sign up for bank account eStatements, talk to a personal banker, call At Your Service at (608) 278-2801, or click here.


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