Check Images Now Included in Arvest e.Statements

Thursday, October 20 at 11:11 AM
Category: Personal Finance

Check images with e.Statements are here and available for your convenience! If you are enrolled with e.Statements, you can now view check images as of Oct. 13, 2011.  Previously, check images were only available through paper statements, making it one of the primary reasons that customers chose the paper version over the electronic version.  However, now that this feature is included with e.Statements, there is no better time to switch.

With the enhanced e.Statements, you will be able to view a monthly statement similar to what you would typically receive in the mail as a paper version, but in a manner that is quick to access, easy to view, and environmentally friendly!

How to Sign Up and View Your e.Statements

Signing up is very simple.  To register for e.Statements, log in to your Arvest Online Banking, select “Statements” under the “Accounts” tab and follow the instructions provided to choose your e.Statement options.  By choosing to receive statements electronically, you will no longer be delivered paper statements through mail.

Your e.Statements will be available as a PDF file.  To view your statements, you must have a PDF reader installed on to your computer. 

If you currently receive e.Statements, this new feature is automatically added to the statement and requires no signing up or process to add it.

For more information regarding e.Statements, click here. 

What You Should Know about Check Images through e.Statements

  • Your check images will be presented 12 to a page, providing you with an easy-glance view.
  • Statements with an odd number of pages will contain a blank page before the start of the check images. 
  • Check images will only be available for statements beginning Oct. 13, 2011.  Past e.Statements will not include the new feature.
  • By signing up for e.Statements, you are opting out of mailed paper statements. 
Tags: Online Services, Technology
Bob on 10/20/2011 at 2:16 PM

What about deposit study needed just make it happen

brandon huynh on 10/20/2011 at 6:09 PM


Josh on 10/21/2011 at 8:41 AM

Does Arvest Bank refund fraudulent checks ASAP incase that happens? What is the procedure? Do you honor a phonecall or bank-mail asking for refund incase there is fraudulent checks? (are cleared).....I am worried incase someone knows your bank account and routing number and then does ''fraudulent checks''.

Arvest Blog Admin on 10/24/2011 at 7:01 AM

Josh - I'm unclear on your concern with someone obtaining your account and routing number due to images being included on e.Statements.  e.Statements can only be accessed within online banking and requires your login credentials for access.  If you have a question about fraudulent checks and resolution of similar issues, please call customer service at (866) 952-9523 for personal assistance.

Thank you

Lyn on 10/26/2011 at 4:29 PM

Thanks for doing this --- I am back to e statements now!

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