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Do you use Dieterich Bank's Mobile App to access your accounts, or do you prefer to use a computer or laptop?
If you find it easier to bank on the go with your Dieterich Bank Mobile App, follow these steps to enroll your account(s) in eStatements:
* Please Note: You must already have an Online Banking Account to use our Mobile App.
- From your dashboard, click on your account name.
- Select Documents
- Select Sign Up/Changes
- Follow the prompts.
You typically access your banking information through dieterichbank.com with a laptop or stationary computer, so here is the best way for you to enroll in eStatements.
Are you currently receiving eStatements for any of your Dieterich Bank accounts?
If you are new to eStatements, follow these steps:
1. After you sign in to Online Banking, go to the eDocuments tab at the top of the Online Banking screen. Click Enrollment on the top menu. This screen will give you the option to check the box to enroll “All Available documents for all active accounts" or check the box next to the specific account(s) that you would like to enroll in eStatements. Complete the additional information requested.
2. You must scroll through the entire agreement for #5 before the checkbox is available.
When available, check the box and click “Enroll Now.”
3. Once “Enroll Now” is selected, a confirmation appears. Click “Ok.” Continue to steps 4-5.
4. If you have eStatements, but need to add other accounts, start here:
After Enrollment steps are completed and confirmation is received, the menu options change. You will now go to the eDocuments tab, then select the “Sign Up/Changes” option. Here, you will select the accounts that need enrolled.
5. Once accounts are selected and you click “Save Settings,” the Electronic Document Disclosure and Agreement appears. You must read the full agreement and agree.
A confirmation message will now appear at the top of the screen to confirm that your “Changes have been successfully saved.”