Estatement FAQs

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Everything you need to know about estatements.

Enrolling in estatements automatically exempts you from the $1 paper statement fee. The fee will also not be charged to those primary account holders who are 0-17 or 55 years of age or older. 

You simply sign into Digital Banking and click on an account, then select estatement. Follow the prompts through to complete the process.

Members can receive their membership account statements free via our secure Digital Banking website.

There is no charge for our estatement program. In fact, once you're an estatement member, you'll be eligible to receive special credit union product offers via email.

Your information is protected with the latest security features and requires a password that only you will know to access the information. UniWyo Credit Union's estatement program also uses 128-bit encryption security to ensure that your private information stays private.

You do not need any special computer configuration or software package to access your estatements, just a computer, a modem, Internet access and an Internet browser that supports 128-bit encryption. Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 2.0 or higher, Netscape Navigator 4.75 or higher, CompuServe 2000, and AOL 5.0 or higher provide the security encryption required for UniWyo Credit Union's estatement program.

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Your statement can be accessed from UniWyo Credit Union's Digital Banking. Log in to Digital Banking and click on estatement.

Even if you delete the email notification you can access your estatements through UniWyo Credit Union's Digital Banking. 

You can switch back to the paper version of your statements at any time. Contact a credit union representative by phone at 307-721-5600 or email [email protected] and ask to change your statements back to paper. Certain accounts require enrollment in estatements. 

We can only send your estatement notification to one email address; however, you can access your statements via any computer with Internet access. Simply go to the estatement menu on UniWyo Credit Union's homepage.

Email confirmations are only sent after your application has been approved. This usually happens weekly. If you have not received an email notification welcoming you to estatements within a week of enrollment, please call 307-721-5600.

You can print any statement or notice from your library of available statements and notices. If you would like to print a copy, there are three different options to do so:

  1. Selecting File/Print from the menu bar at the top of the estatement screen;
  2. Clicking on the Printer-Friendly Text Only View option under the masthead; or
  3. Clicking on the Download Statement as PDF file option under the masthead.

(NOTE: With options #1 and #2 you may have to adjust your printer margins the first time you print by selecting File/Page Setup from the menu bar and setting the left and right margins to .25 each)
 You may also request a paper copy of your statement any time for a fee by calling the credit union.

Yes, any member on the membership account can sign an account up for estatements. 

Monthly credit card statements are not available at this time through estatements.

You can contact a credit union representative by phone at 307-721-5600 or email [email protected].

Your estatement will be available approximately the first week of the month.

UniWyo Credit Union's estatement program will provide the last 18 months statements. 

UniWyo Credit Union estatements can be saved as a text file and imported into Microsoft Word or another text program.

UniWyo is a full-service credit union with branches in Cheyenne, Laramie, Casper, Glenrock, Douglas, Cody and including on-campus at the University of Wyoming.