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What are Electronic Statements (e-statements)?
Your statement will be sent by secure e-mail rather than by mail.

Why get e-statements?
Eliminate paper storage and save trees.

Greater security eliminates the risk of your statement getting lost in the mail.
Receive your statement quicker.

Is there a cost with e-statements?
No, e-statements are FREE

Will my e-statement look the same as my printed statement?
Your e-statement will be a PDF version of your actual printed statement.

How do you get your e-statement?
A 128-bit encryption secure e-mail is sent to you, you enter an 8 digit password and you will be able to view your statement.

Is special software required to view my e-statement?
Yes, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it. You can download the latest free version at
http://www.adobe.com.

How do I sign up the e-statements?
Talk to any F & M Bank employee to sign a user agreement.

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