Keep Track of Your Accounts Wherever You Are
with our Account Alert Programs
Account alerts are convenient, help you manage your money easier and can help you detect fraud or suspicious activity more quickly.
Set up alerts for your accounts at the bank, such as savings accounts, checking accounts, CDs and loans. Choose which alerts you receive and how you want to receive them – via text message or email. Set up your account alerts within Internet Banking or contact the bank. For more information, visit www.statebankofalcester.com/account-alerts.
Track your check card transactions anytime, anywhere! Choose to automatically receive email alerts 24/7 whenever your check card makes a telephone or Internet order, a large purchase, a foreign transaction or a suspicious or unusual transaction that opens a Falcon case. Plus, SHAZAM BOLT$ lets you check your account balance anytime. Download the SHAZAM BOLT$ application for free from the iTunes® App Store today or register at https://bolts.shazam.net/ShazamWebPortal/index.php!
Credit Card Alerts
Stay up-to-date on your Visa credit card transactions. Get notified via email or text message when your payment is due, when you’re nearing your credit limit, when you have a high balance, when a large transaction posts, when your payment posts and more. Sign up at http://www.mycardstatement.com/.
Account Alerts may not reflect items not posted to your account, pre-authorization transactions or other pending transactions. State Bank of Alcester does not warrant the accuracy or timing of the alerts. Delivery of alerts may be delayed for various reasons, including service outages affecting your phone, wireless or internet provider; technology failures and system capacity limitations. You should review your account statements regularly. Alerts sent to your mobile device may be subject to a fee by your wireless service provider. Some wireless devices have character limits, and you might not see the entire content of the alert. Please check with your wireless provider. Credit cards and loans subject to credit approval. Early withdrawal penalties may apply on CDs. Fees may reduce earnings on savings and checking accounts. Fees may apply on Check Cards and Credit Cards.