Elite Digital Payments ("EDP") is an enhanced form of Digital Banking that allows you to manage your money in an even more digital environment. EDP offers you access to all the same products, services and features as Digital Banking, plus additional products, services and features, such as:
Creating and Managing Additional Users
Electronic Wire Requests
and more to come soon!
Due to the additional security requirements that comes with EDP, clients cannot enroll in it themselves, but must request access, meet our criteria and be approved. Requesting and be approved for EDP does not guarantee you are approved for all the additional products, services and features within EDP. You will need to request each individually during your enrollment process. You will need to review and sign our service agreement(s) for each product or services you are approved for.
EDP is not available on mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.
No, there is nothing to download. Once you have are enrolled, simply click on the login button on the top right this website. The Elite Digital Payments login field is located at the bottom of the page.
Because of the extra security requirements associated with the products and services offered through EDP, you cannot enroll yourself. If you are interested in enrolling in EDP, please contact our Client Service Department by clicking here, or sending a secure message through Digital Banking.
Because of the extra security requirements associated with the products and services offered through EDP, you cannot use it on a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. It must be accessed using a computer. However, if you would like to be able to use any of the products or services available in Digital Banking and not in EDP on a mobile or tablet device, we can enroll you in both Digital Banking and EDP. Please note: you will be required to have two separate usernames.
eStatements is a service that allow you to see your monthly account statements at any time from anywhere through Digital Banking. It also stops the delivery of your monthly paper statement, essentially making your account paperless. Don’t worry though; if you would still like a paper copy of your statement you can print a copy at home from your eStatement.
This service is offered on an account-by-account basis, and can be added or dropped for any account at anytime. When you enroll you can set your delivery preferences for each of your accounts and specify if you would like a paper statement or an eStatement. If you enroll in eStatements and later decide you would like a paper statement, its as simple as logging in and changing your preferences. Changing your preference from eStatement to paper statements will automatically turn back on your paper statement delivery; however, it will also mean you will no longer see any eStatements within Digital Banking for that account, but you will be able to see your account history under the “Accounts” tab.
Digital Banking and EDP are both free; however, some services offered through them have fees associated with them.