Safe, Convenient, and Easy best defines USFCU’s eStatements! An eStatement is an electronic version of your USFCU account statement. You can safely view, print and save your statement right from your own computer.

eStatements FAQs
How much do eStatements cost?
eStatements are provided free to USFCU members who choose to receive their statement electronically.

Are eStatements secure?
Since your eStatement is located on our @ccessUS server, your statement is behind a firewall and is transmitted to your Internet browser using the latest 128 bit SSL Internet encryption.

How do I sign up to begin receiving my statement electronically?eStatements

  • You must be signed up for @ccessUS and give a valid email address.
  • If you are already an @ccessUS user, with a valid email address on file with USFCU, simply log onto @ccessUS and click on Services. Then, read and accept the eStatement Disclosure.
  • You will begin receiving eStatements when the next statement is ready for delivery.

When will I receive my eStatement?
At the first of each month, you will receive an email notification that your eStatement is available via @ccessUS.

What if I change my email address?
Simply update your email address on @ccessUS through the Options tab, or you can update your information at any of our branches. This ensures that you will continue to receive notification when your statement is available.

What will my eStatements look like?
eStatements are available as a PDF and look exactly like your paper statement. Plus, you get instant access to our eStatement portal with news and information.

What do I need to view my eStatements?
Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed for viewing your eStatement. If you don’t already have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free from

Will I still receive the newsletter?
Newsletters, along with other inserts, will be viewable as a PDF  through your eStatement portal.

What happens to my eStatement history if I cancel e-Statements?
All of your eStatement history will be deleted at the time of cancellation. If you wish to print or save your available statements, you must do so before canceling.