Enabling Online Statements

Beginning November 1, 2018 mailed paper statements will incur a $5 fee per account. 

You can receive your statements at no charge by signing up to receive them electronically through Park Bank Business Online Banking. You will receive your statements faster and more securely than mailed statements and you will have an archive of past statements available to you anytime.

To avoid a $5 fee per account, switch these accounts to online statements by November 1:

  • Checking
  • Savings
  • Money Market
  • Analysis Statement of Service Charges

Non Business Online Banking Users:

You will need to enroll in Business Online Banking in order to sign up for online statements. Complete the Business Online Banking Application or call us at 414.466.8000 to register.

Business Online Banking Users:

For current business online banking users, it’s as simple as changing your document preferences in the Statements & Documents section of the Reports menu. Follow the steps below.

1. Go to the Reports menu and select Statements & Documents

Business Online Banking

2. On the Search Statements and Documents screen, click View and Maintain Document Preferences

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3. On the Manage Delivery Preferences screen, change the Delivery Preference from Paper to Online. Click Continue when finished.

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4. If you haven’t previously set up online statements, you will be taken to a screen to agree to our E-Statement Disclosure. Please review the disclosure and click the I Agree button to continue.

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5. On the Verify Preferences screen, review the changes you made and click Save Preferences if everything is correct. If you need to make updates to your preferences, click Make Preference Changes to be taken back to the Manage Delivery Preferences screen.

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6. Return to the Statements and Documents screen to download your statements. 

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