What is a paperless statement?
A paperless statement is an electronic version of your periodic statement available through Online Banking. A paperless statement contains the same information as your paper statement, in the same format and is presented as an Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) file that you can view, print or save at your convenience.
How do I view my cancelled checks and statements?
Both checks and statements are available in Online Banking.
To view your checks:
• On the “Account Detail” screen, locate the check and click “Front” or “Back” to view the check.
• Check images are available for ninety (90) days.
To view your statements:
• In the “Accounts” section of Online Banking, go to “Statement” on the left hand menu.
• Click on the dropdown menus to select the account and the statement you wish to see; then click “View Statements.”
Paperless statements are available to view and print for up to seven (7) years.
After enrollment, when will I receive my first paperless statement?
Paperless statements are always available to customers who have activated Online Banking. We will send an email (to the email address you provide when you select the option) notifying you when your paperless statement becomes available each month. If you are currently receiving a paper statement delivered by U.S. Mail, it will be delivered for one (1) statement cycle after selection of the paperless statement option.
How far back can I access my paperless statements?
Each paperless statement, including any legal notices about your Account which are provided electronically as part of your statement, will remain available online for seven (7) years. You may also print the statements or download to your own system as needed.
How will I know when my paperless statement is available?
We will send an email reminder (to the email address you provided to us) notifying you when your paperless statement becomes available to view through Online Banking. Email notification is automatically enabled when you elect the paperless statement option.
Why didn’t I receive my paperless statement notification for this period?
An incorrect email address or email filter could be the issue. To confirm we have the correct email address for you, log in to Online Banking and click on “My Profile” under “Customer Service” and select “Email Address”. If the email address is incorrect, please update your email address. If the email address is correct, your email filter may be blocking emails sent from our email address. If so, please adjust your filter or junk mail settings to allow emails coming from Commerce Bank (@asklistensolve.com). This will allow you to receive paperless statement notifications from us.
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Can I mail in my payment if I receive paperless statements?
Yes, but you can save time and money by making payments through Online Banking; just transfer money from your checking or savings account to make the payment. Payments can also be mailed to Commerce Bank; PO Box 806000; Kansas City, MO 64180-6000. Include your name, address and account number with your payment.
† To send an email that contains confidential information, please visit the Secure Message Center where there are additional instructions about whether to use Secure Email or Online Banking messaging.
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