Paperless Banking

Go green and start taking advantage of the convenience of online & mobile banking.

We live in a busy world and it's not always easy to get to the bank. Online banking has made life a whole lot simpler, giving us the ability to make deposits, pay bills, and transfer money from anywhere and on any device. Green banking is also great for the environment because it requires no paper and less gas use to get to the bank. We're big advocates for our online banking services and have put together tons of useful information to explain the benefits for both you and the environment.

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Bank Consciously - Bank Online

If you're trying to be more carbon conscious and go green, consider re-evaluating your banking habits. Banking is a paper-heavy industry. Those bills and statements filling up your mailbox are also filling landfills with unnecessary paper waste.

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We've probably all felt a little rushed to take care of routine errands once in a while.

If you’re in the midst of spring cleaning, one area that could probably use some tidying is your financial paperwork.

With Earth Day approaching, protecting our natural environment, facing climate change, and generally greening the planet are on the minds of many.

Global warming, the greenhouse effect, recycling – no matter how you feel about these environmental topics, there’s no denying that consuming less is no longer an option, it’s a necessity. One way that you can cut back on your personal waste and improve the future of our world? Go paperless!

You lead a busy life. From work to picking up the kids from school to making home-repairs and meals – sometimes, life can get hectic. So when an opportunity arises to simplify your life in any way, you take it. Signing up for online banking services is one way to do just that.

A recent report from Juniper Research has estimated that 590 million users use their mobile devices for online banking.

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With Earth Day fast approaching, now is a good time to reflect on our world, the environment, and... whether or not you're banking green?

With so many bills piling up in the mail, it can sometimes feel like you're in an overwhelming cycle of writing checks and filling out paperwork.

Most people set banking goals to save enough money to be able to afford the things they want and to establish a good credit rating.

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