simplify banking.

simplify your life. 

Sign up for eStatements with your Bank of Travelers Rest accounts.  You will add privacy to your account data by receiving your statements through your secured online banking login.  Plus, cataloging and discarding paper statements will be one less item on your “To Do” list.  When you sign up for eStatements you will be taking one small step toward conservation by reducing the amount of paper you require.

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Bank of Travelers Rest will even reward you for doing your part to protect your information while conserving the environment. 

For each account you enroll in eStatements, we’ll put $101 into your Bank of Travelers Rest Account! 

How’s that for a benefit?  Other benefits include:

  • Receive your statements through a secure transmission channel, online banking
  • Manage your statements without having to keep up with paper statements at home
  • Print statements from anywhere you have Internet access and a printer
  • View up to 24 months of statements through eStatements

How to Enroll.

Ready to enroll?  First, you will need to be signed up for online banking. Once you are signed in, simply:

  • Click “My Options” in the top navigation menu
  • From the “My Options” page, scroll down to the section for “eStatement Enrollment”
  • Click “enroll” and select the accounts for which you wish to receive eStatements

Accessing eStatements

Once you enroll in eStatements, you will receive an email alert at the email address we have on file.  This alert will have the date when your statement will be ready for viewing.  Then you’ll simply log in to your online banking account and click on the link along the top navigation, “eStatements”.  If the email you prefer to use changes, you may change the address within the top navigation, “My Options”.

For assistance in signing up for eStatements, contact us.


1Bank of Travelers Rest will deposit $10 into each transactional account signed up for eStatements up to three accounts for a maximum of $30 eStatements credit. This excludes HSA accounts.