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By DigitalMailer, Inc.
Want to grow your members' adoption of electronic statements? A simple change to a single policy can make it happen: Just set e-statements as the default delivery option for your active online banking members. What? Force members out of paper statements? You're not. If members want paper copies, all they have to do is hit the print button. But the truth is, while online users may “opt out” of e-statements, experience shows that most don't. Instead, they quickly see the benefits of receiving their statements sooner, more conveniently and with less chance of identity theft.
Your credit union benefits, too - not just from the obvious time and cost savings, but because e-statements open up new marketing and member service opportunities. With e-statements, you can create a strategic contact point to inform and interact with members.
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October 10, 2005
7/26/2012 04:06 PM
We just discussed this yesterday on how to get more members to sign-up for e-statements.
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