eStatements, eNotices and Tax Forms
An eDocument is an electronic version of your monthly statement
or notices that get posted to your WESTconsin
Online account instead of being printed on paper and delivered via the mail.
Benefits of Electronic Documents
Secure site access and safe means to distribute sensitive information
Convenience of online access to your
eStatement, eNotices and tax forms anytime, anywhere
Faster retrieval of your monthly statement,
selected notices, 90 Day Notes and inserts
Reduces household mail and lowers printing and paper costs
Option to view 36 months of statements at one time (from time
Ability to save eDocuments to your computer
FREE service to our members!
Begin by logging into your WESTconsin Online account by
If you do not have an online account, follow the instructions that are provided
Once you are in WESTconsin Online, click on the Additional Services
tab, then the eDocuments tab.
At the prompt, provide your email address and accept the user agreement, which
acknowledges your decision to receive your account statement, notices, and
inserts online rather than on paper.
Note: Once enrolled, you will also begin receiving selected
notices, 90 Day Notes, tax forms and other electronic documents electronically. Each
membership account that you wish to receive eDocuments will need to be
registered separately (i.e.—personal account, joint account,
business account). And if you register during one of the last three days of a
month, you may still receive a paper statement for just that month with your
eStatement beginning the following month.
Retrieving Your eDocuments
At any time, you can access your eDocuments through your WESTconsin Online
Once you have logged on, click the Additional Services tab, then the
Select the specific statement inserts to view. You can view, save, or print your
You will receive an email notification (typically by the 2nd or 3rd business day
of each month) letting you know that your eDocuments are ready to view.
Frequently Asked Questions
Note—Adobe Acrobat Reader Software is required to open eDocuments. This
program can be downloaded at no charge from the FAQ link.