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HOPE E-Statements

Save time, save the planet, and keep your financial information more secure by signing up for e-statements from HOPE.

Register for e-statements and have your statements delivered online! You can view them on HOPENet Online Banking, print them out, or save them to your computer. Each month, you’ll receive an e-mail notifying you when your e-statement is ready to be viewed at our secure web site.

You’ll receive your statements sooner, protect your personal financial data, and help save some trees by taking your account information out of your mailbox.

Why are e-statements a great choice? Read more.

  • Reduce mailbox clutter
  • Faster delivery
  • Email notices when your statement is ready to view, print, or download
  • Easy online access and retrieval
  • Enhanced security
  • Automatic storage of your statements for 18 months
  • Save the planet

Ready to sign up? Have some questions? Try our registration guide and frequently asked questions for additional information.

¹You must sign up for e-statements during the month of October. Current e-statement subscribers are not eligible for the promotion. Once an e-statement notification for the November statement cycle has been successfully delivered to the valid email address provided during registration, we will credit $5 to your primary savings account.


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