eStatement Disclosure Agreement
This Agreement is the contract, which covers your and our rights, and
responsibilities concerning Penn Security Bank & Trust’s eStatement
services offered to you. The words "we," "us," and "our" mean Penn
Security Bank & Trust. The word "account" means any one or more
accounts you have with Penn Security Bank & Trust.
By agreeing to the following you are authorizing Penn Security Bank &
Trust to deliver statements of your Penn Security Bank & Trust
account(s) by electronic means. You understand and agree that by
requesting electronic delivery, you WILL NOT receive statements in
paper form delivered by regular United States Postal Service mail. You
agree that electronic delivery will satisfy Penn Security Bank &
Trust’s requirement to provide you a periodic statement of your
- You have a right to receive this disclosure
in paper form. To receive a paper disclosure you can print the
disclosure from your computer or please contact us by telephone or
mail as shown below.
- The consent you are providing is for
electronic delivery of your periodic Penn Security Bank & Trust
account statements, disclosures and Penn Security Bank &Trust
- You have the right, at any time, to
withdraw this consent for electronic delivery of your account
statements and again receive them by mail. You may withdraw your
consent and change your account delivery method by contacting the bank
at the phone number below or in writing via US mail.
Address: PENN SECURITY BANK & TRUST
150 N. WASHINGTON AVENUE
SCRANTON, PA 18503
- It is your responsibility to notify Penn
Security Bank & Trust in writing or by phone any time you should have
a change in your e-mail address, or if you wish to remove any account
from electronic delivery. For your protection and for security
purposes, the Bank will not accept any change of email address via
- Penn Security Bank & Trust advises that you save or
print a copy of your statement for your records. Requests for copies
of older statements will incur a fee for the service.
Request and Agreement for Electronic Delivery of Statements
This is a request to have the statements of your account(s) with Penn
Security Bank & Trust delivered to you electronically in accordance
with the above consent.
- Statement notifications can be sent to only
two e-mail addresses. For example, the notification can go to both
account holders on a joint account.
- The bank shall have no obligation or
liability to notify any other parties to a multiple party account if
the email address is changed using the procedure set forth above.
- You agree to protect the confidentiality of
your account, account number, usernames and passwords. You agree that
it is your responsibility to ensure that the electronic statements are
not intercepted or viewed by others and for ensuring that you have
logged out when your session is complete to prevent unauthorized
access. It is your responsibility to contact us if you know or suspect
unauthorized use of your User ID and Password.
- You agree that the bank has no control as
to the persons who have access to your personal computer and your
password once it is in your possession. The bank will not be liable
for any unauthorized access to your personal computer or your
- Penn Security Bank & Trust has the right to
terminate its obligation to provide eStatements service to you upon
ten days of prior written notice (e-mail acceptable).
Error Resolution – You agree to promptly examine your statement and
notify us immediately of any errors. Any time limitations in regards
to error resolution begin at the time the email with the eStatement
Change in Terms – It may be necessary from time to time to change the
terms or conditions regarding your statement access. In the event such
a change is necessary we will notify you via electronic mail or by
Virus Protection – Penn Security Bank & Trust is not responsible for
any electronic virus or viruses that a Customer may encounter. Penn
Security Bank & Trust suggests that the Customer routinely scan the
Customer's PC(s) using a virus protection product. An undetected virus
may corrupt and destroy the Customer’s programs, files and hardware.
Please print this disclosure for your records.