United Prairie eBanking offers you access to your account information virtually anywhere you can access the web on your computer or mobile device. The FREE services delivers:
- Real-time account transaction information
- Funds transfers
- Document images (checks, notices, statements)
- Stop payments
- Portal to BillPay services
You can also set up trusty eAlerts on your accounts! These convenient messages give you a heads-up via email or text when certain activities take place on your account. The most popular eAlert available is the "low-balance" option that alerts you to your account falling below a certain dollar threshold-- a convenient way to avoid overdrawing your account. Learn more about eAlerts through our FAQ.
eAlerts Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to use e-Alerts?
No. e-Alerts is just another free service that United Prairie Bank offers for your convenience and financial needs.
Will it work with any type of account?
e-Alerts is currently set up for Checking, Savings, Certificates, and Loan accounts. If you have a special request, please contact your bank representative.
Are there any charges for using e-Alerts?
United Prairie Bank does not charge a fee for using e-Alerts. However, you will need to check with your mobile phone service provider for any fees the provider may charge associated with receiving emails or text messages.
How do I sign up for e-Alerts?
e-Alerts is a free service available through your online banking. There is no sign up required!
Can I delete the alerts if I no longer want to use e-Alerts?
Yes. You can delete the alerts in your online banking by clicking the e-Alerts link. Click the delete icon to remove the alert.
Can I edit the alert once it has been set up?
Yes. When you login to your online banking, click the e-Alerts link. Click the edit icon and you will be able to change the selected account and alert criteria.
Can I select specific accounts that I want to receive alerts on?
Yes. Each alert is set up per account. For security purposes, you must be a signer on the account in order to establish an alert.
What if I need help establishing an alert?
Please contact us! Any bank representative will be able to help you set up an alert and answer any questions you may have.
How many alerts can I set up?
You are able to set up as many alerts per account as you wish.
How often will I receive the alerts?
Daily alerts, as the name implies, will be sent once per day. The frequency of other alerts may vary based on account activity levels and the frequency chosen when the alert is established.
Can I get e-Alerts by text message?
Yes. When you set up an e-Alert, choose to receive your e-Alert by mobile. Enter your mobile phone number, select your mobile phone carrier, and click finish.
Can I send the alert to more than one email address or mobile phone number?
Yes. You can set up multiple alerts - each with a different email address or mobile phone number.