No more waiting for statements, notices, and tax forms to arrive in the mail!
View all your Star One statements, notices, and tax forms in Online Banking, as soon as they become available. No more waiting for them to arrive in the mail! It's secure and convenient.
Eliminate paper clutter, protect against ID theft and help the environment. It's free and convenient.
We'll send you an e-mail reminder whenever a new statement is ready to be viewed electronically.
What's more, when you sign up for these electronic services, you are one step closer to qualifying for Rewards Checking.
Visa, mortgage, monthly account statements, annual Visa statements and annual IRA statements, are all available online inside Online Banking.
View these statements sooner than when mailed to you in paper format.
We keep 7 years of online statements for you, beginning the month after you enroll, plus 24 months of check images in the HTML version. Retire your file cabinet and opt for a greener, cleaner, more secure way to receive your statements.
Receive important banking notifications more quickly than by postal mail, includes: Certificate Renewal Notice, Late Charge Notice, Loan Billing Notice, Notice of Past Due Payment, and NSF/Overdraft Protection Notice.
Sign up for eNotices in Online Banking and you'll be able to download your annual IRS tax forms instead of waiting for them to arrive by postal mail.
Available forms are: 1098, 1099-C, 1099-INT, 1099-Q, 1099-R, 5498, 5498-ESA.
1099-INTs are not generated for less than $10 dividends earned. 1098 tax forms are not generated for less than $600 in interest paid.
Receive and view your Star One mortgage payment coupons for the entire year. Save on postage and paper!
Please remember that Star One employees will never call you to verify or ask for your personal information.
Hang up immediately if someone claiming to be a Star One employee asks for any banking information—such as your Online Banking login information, account numbers, card PINs, or one-time passcodes.
A fraudster may try to reassure you that it's OK to share your information—please hang up, it's not OK.
Several Star One members have received phone calls from a person claiming to be a Star One employee—with a caller ID forged to look like a Star One phone number—and whose goal is to gain access to members' bank accounts online.