SIGN UP FOR eSTATEMENTS.

Then view, print and save

 

Sign up

  • Login to your Bank Iowa online or mobile banking account.
  • Under the Settings menu, select “Statement Delivery.”
  • Select the “E-Statement” option under the “Delivery Type” column.
  • Read and accept Bank Iowa’s eStatement Delivery Agreement.
  • Enter or edit both a primary and alternative email address under the address column.              Note: Your address preferences can be applied to each account listed or edited as needed.
  • Click “Save.”

 

After you complete the eStatement enrollment process, you will receive monthly email notifications informing you when your statement is available online. You can then login to Bank Iowa’s online or mobile banking to view your account statement. Note: You will need a current version of Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer, which can be downloaded for free at www.adobe.com.

 

PDF verification process

Bank Iowa sends eStatements as PDFs. To make sure you can view your statements, use this one-time verification process when you select “eStatements” from the menu.

  • You will be prompted to review a PDF document with a code.
  • Enter the code into the verification field.
  • Click “Verify.”

 

How to view eStatements

  • Login to Bank Iowa’s online or mobile banking. Note: If you are not enrolled for eStatements, you will be prompted to update your statement delivery preference.
  • Select “eStatements” from the menu.
  • Select an account and statement cycle from the available drop-down menus and click“Get Statement.”

 

If you need help, please contact us at 844-226-5421 or customerservice@bankiowa.bank.

​ How do I print my eStatements?

  • Open your statement.
  • Go to “File.”
  • Click “Print.”
  • Make sure the destination is your printer.
  • Click “Print.”

 

How do I save my eStatements?

  • Open your statement.
  • Go to “File.”
  • Click “Save As.”
  • Choose where you’d like to save the document.
  • Click “Save.”

 

Be sure to use safe computing practices when storing anything on your computer or removable storage device. Bank Iowa is not be responsible or liable for the loss or theft of any files that is saved or stored on a computer or removable media.