eStatements and Alerts

Saying no to paper statements helps reduce our carbon footprint and results in savings for you. As an eStatement subscriber, you’re eligible for our ATM Surcharge Rebate Program!

Instead of receiving a paper statement in the mail each month, you will receive an e-mail letting you know that your eStatement is available. View or download your statement securely from within Online Banking.

ATM Surcharge Rebate Program

When you enroll in eStatements and use your BFSFCU Visa Debit Card at any non-BFSFCU ATM, the first six surcharges (ATM usage fees) applied to your checking account each month will be rebated to you.1 After the initial six cash withdrawals, members will be responsible for the surcharges associated with non-BFSFCU ATM transactions. Please note that failure to maintain a valid email address with the Credit Union will result in the cancellation of eStatements and removal from the ATM Surcharge Rebate Program.

Enroll in eStatements Now

Simply log in to Online Banking, select the Self Service menu, and click on the eStatement Enrollment link. Please be advised that when you enroll in eStatements, you are also consenting to receive your year-end tax forms electronically instead of by mail. These forms will be conveniently stored in Online Banking along with your other statements.

Online Banking Alerts

As an Online Banking user, you can set up the following types of alerts:

  • Balance: receive a notification when an account balance passes a defined threshold
  • Transaction: receive a notification when a specific transaction occurs (such as a payroll deposit)
  • New Message: receive a notification when BFSFCU has sent you a new secure message
  • Budget: receive a notification when the spending in any of your budget categories exceeds a target amount
  • Security: you will receive security notifications when your personal information is updated

To start using Online Banking alerts, log in to Online Banking and click on the Alerts tab.

1 The primary account owner must be enrolled in eStatements.  The ATM Surcharge Rebate is determined per checking account, not per card.  For multiple debit cards linked to a single checking account, the first 6 surcharges to the checking account are aggregated and rebated at the beginning of the following month.   ATM withdrawals made outside of the United States and its territories may be subject to foreign transaction fees, which are separate from ATM surcharge fees. Foreign transaction fees will not be rebated.