With all of the talk about “Going Green” lately, it’s time to remind people of any easy way they can help the environment; E-Statements.  Here are a few of the numerous E-Statement benefits…

o FAST – You’ll receive your E-Statement two or three days earlier than you normally receive your paper statement.
o EASY – A monthly e-mail lets you know your new statement is available online, and you can access it from anywhere. You’ll have up to 12 months of statement history to print or file anytime.
o SECURE – You’ll enjoy peace of mind knowing your statements are delivered to you securely via e-mail and encrypted for your protection.
o ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY – Receiving your bank statement via e-mail reduces the usage of natural resources. You will no longer receive a paper statement, so you can easily store your E-Statement to a file on your hard drive.

Not only will you save trees, you’ll earn money as well.  If you sign up to receive E-Statements on your Central National Bank checking, savings, or money market account between now and January 31st, CNB will deposit $10 into each account you enroll in.

• Take note that the $10 credits will be deposited to all of the customers’ accounts on the last day of the month (Dec. 31, and Jan. 31) – the deposits will not happen immediately upon enrollment.

Get Some Green by Going Green

2 thoughts on “Get Some Green by Going Green

  • April 4, 2016 at 11:44 pm

    Can””t find where I sign up for e-statements. Please let me know! Thanks.

    • April 5, 2016 at 1:08 am

      Hi Carol! You can find instructions at http://www.centralnational.com/help/estatements.asp

      And now that I look at that page I can see that the images are not showing up. I”ll get that fixed first thing tomorrow. Hopefully the instructions are helpful and if you have trouble please call us tomorrow between 8 and 5 at 1-888-262-5456.


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