As part of the Bendigo Adelaide Bank Group, they are one of Australia’s largest banks. With over 7,000 employees in over 500 locations across Australia, they provide services to 1.9 million customers. Founded in 1858 as the Bendigo Mutual Permanent Land and Building Society, they have evolved over the years. They have reinvested $272 million of their profits in local community programs. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank now manages assets of over $71.4 billion.
Bendigo Bank offers personal and business banking services such as credit cards, savings & transaction accounts, loans, investing services, insurance, organizational pension programs (superannuation), funeral bonds, and access to financial advisors.
After establishing an account with Bendigo Bank, you will receive bank statements. It includes a statement summary listing the account number, beginning & ending dates of the statement period, total deposits & withdrawals, and current balance. Next is a detailed list of every transaction within that period, including the date, title of the transaction, and how much money was withdrawn or deposited. Another section includes the contact information for your local Bendigo Bank Branch.
These bank statements will be mailed to your current address or delivered as a paperless e-statement to your email address. You can access an online version of your statement through Bendigo’s e-banking program. Follow these steps:
Contact your local Bendigo Branch to register for e-banking.
Go to Bendigo’s homepage and log on to e-banking with your Access ID and password.
Statements from the past seven years will be available to view.
You can also download and save statements as a PDF.
Print out this statement if needed.
Once you have signed up for e-banking, you can opt out of receiving paper statements in the mail. You will receive an email notification whenever the following statement is available to view online.
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