GOING GREEN WITH BANKING

Posted on February 16, 2012. Filed under: Mary Kropp, NMLS #501069 |

Historically, the only “Green” you may have thought banks cared about was the government approved, currency kind, but that is changing.  Banks, along with consumers, are focusing on becoming more environmentally aware.  Not only can you help save the environment, but you can save yourself time and money by signing up for our “Green” services. 

Some of the “Green” services Denmark State Bank offers are: Debit Cards, Online Banking, Bill Pay with eBills, eStatements and eAlerts.

According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, 71 million tons of paper is used in the United States each year and only about 1/3 of that paper is actually recycled.

Denmark State Bank would like to challenge you to go green.  You can make your payments electronically by using Bill Pay and sign up to receive electronic notices when those bills are due through eBills.   Sign up for Online Banking with eStatements and receive eAlerts regarding your accounts through E-mail or text message.  Another great option is to use your debit card instead of writing paper checks.    

Making payments on time is one of the biggest factors in determining your credit score.  But, did you know by using eBills to notify you of upcoming payments and setting up recurring Bill Payments, consumers can actually increase their credit score?   

What are you waiting for?  Stop in at any one of Denmark State Bank’s six locations and sign up for any or all of our “Green” services today!

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