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What alerts can I set up in digital banking?

To help you monitor account activity, you can set up email, text, and push notifications (alerts) to let you know about balances, transactions, and more. Here is an overview of all the available notifications you can create.

Account alerts you can set up:

  • Balance Alerts: let you know when your account balance falls above or below an amount you specify. This can help you manage spending and avoid overdrafts.
  • Balance Summary Alerts: give you a daily or weekly summary of transactions on your account.
  • Check Cleared Alerts: let you know when checks from your checking on money market accounts have cleared.
  • Loan Due Alerts: You can set this alert as a reminder of when your loans are due. You can select from 1 to 5 days in advance.
  • Login Alerts: notifies you when a sign-in occurs on your account. This can be helpful for detecting potential fraud.
  • Transaction Alerts: let you know when funds are credited or withdrawn on your account. These are helpful if you have direct deposit set up for your paycheck or other payments to let you know the funds have been deposited.
  • Transfer Alerts: let you know when an internal or external transfers have been made to your account.

Card alerts you can set up:

  • Merchant Transaction Alerts: let you know when you make a card transaction for travel, groceries, restaurants, airfare, etc.
  • Transaction Type Alerts: let you know when you make a specific type of transaction like contactless payment, ATM, eCommerce, etc.
  • Spending Limits Alerts: let you set a limit amount by transaction or monthly. Helpful if you would like to have a specific spending budget per month you don’t want to exceed.
  • Declined Card Alert: lets you know when your card has been declined.

To learn how to create and manage alerts, and register your card for alerts view these articles: