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  • How to reduce your paper trail with Central Bank

    Going green has two benefits – it saves trees and eliminates the risk of your personal information winding up in the wrong hands. Here are a few ways you can cut down on your paper trail with the help of Central Bank:

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    1. Sign up for electronic statements - By receiving your statements electronically, you eliminate the risk of someone taking the documents out of your mailbox or trash bin. When you enroll in eStatements, you can view your account statements, mortgage statements, and tax documents at any time via Online or Mobile Banking. All documents are conveniently stored in one location and are available for up to seven years.
    2. Put your bills on autopilot - Save on stamps and envelopes, as well as a trip to the post office, with our online and mobile bill pay service. Manage and edit your payments from one convenient location via Online and Mobile Banking.
    3. Make deposits from home - Deposit your checks from home via the Central Bank Mobile App to eliminate a trip to the bank and other paper receipts by using Mobile Check Deposit.
    4. Pay a friend from your smartphone - With Pay a Person, you can send a friend a digital payment via Online or Mobile Banking. All you need is their email address or mobile number. You can send a payment right to their smartphone and track payments online.

    Digital banking is changing the way people bank all over the world - making your life easier, providing enhanced security benefits, and making the world a little bit greener.

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