eStatements & eAlerts


NOTICE: Fee Schedule Change for Paper Statements

Effective June 1, 2019, members who elect to receive paper statements will incur a $2.00 charge per mailed statement. To avoid this cost-of-service fee, sign up to receive your member statement notification electronically by email or text.  [Fee waived for members age 62 and older, but we encourage all members to switch to eStatements.]

Sign up for eStatement notification by email and/or text:

  1. Sign-in to your GPOFCU account by selecting Online Banking.

  2. Select drop-down menu — 3 lines to left of ACCOUNTS.

  3. Select User Profile/SETTINGS.

  4. Select EDIT EMAIL.

    • To receive your Statement by email‚ add your full email address.

    • To receive your Statement by text on your mobile phone‚ follow instructions to add your mobile phone number using the email format for your mobile service provider. For assistance‚ click on VIEW MOBILE EMAIL EXAMPLES.

  5. Check the Statements box‚ then read and select Agree on the pop-up disclosure

  6. page.

  7. Click SUBMIT to complete your eStatement sign-up.

You will receive a notification by email and/or text when your next GPOFCU statement is available for viewing online. For your financial security‚ your actual statement will not be attached to your email notification.


To view your Statement(s) online:

  1. Log-in to your GPOFCU account by selecting Online Banking at www.gpofcu.org.

  2. Select drop-down menu — 3 lines to left of ACCOUNTS.

  3. Select Accounts/STATEMENTS + DOCUMENTS‚ then VIEW‚ or SAVE to download.

  4. Statements are provided in PDF format. To view‚ install a PDF reader like Acrobat Reader.


Sign up for Online Banking eAlert notifications by email and/or text:

After signing in to your GPOFCU account‚ select drop-down menu — 3 lines to left of ACCOUNTS.

Select eAlerts to add an eAlert. You must already have your your email address or mobile phone set up in Online Banking.

If not‚ select EDIT EMAIL to add your email address or mobile phone in order to set up eAlerts.