With Maybank, you don’t have to wait for hard copy statements or bills of credit cards. The bank provides you the option of checking the bills online using the e-statement service. In addition, they will send you the statements directly to your email. This service makes it convenient for you to keep track of their spending, anywhere and at any point. Besides, there are absolutely no fees and charges associated with the e-statement service.
You can register for the digital statement service through Maybank’s online portal, Maybank2u.com.sg. The primary benefits of choosing this service include:
It’s a fairly simple process to register for an electronic credit card statement. You must visit Maybank’s website and go to the Online Banking section. Once you login, you can register for the service in the “E-statement Registration” section displayed under “Accounts” tab. Once the registration is complete, the bank will send you an email notification apprising you that your bill is ready for viewing. You’ll be able to view e-statements from the upcoming date of statement after registering.
If you have a current or investment account, you’re directly registered and enrolled for the Combined Statement service. If you’re unable to register for this service, you might have previously opted for the “Hold Mail” service with Maybank.
The bank notifies its customers about the status of e-statements following the registration process through an email. This email address is usually the one you might have previously registered with the bank. You also have the option of changing or updating the email address at the time of registration for the service.
You can contact Maybank at 1800 629 2265 if you’re in Singapore to resolve any queries surrounding the service. In case you are overseas, you can call at (65) 6533 5229.
If you want to discontinue the email or electronic statement service, you can cancel the service by using the de-register option, available under the registration dropdown menu on Maybank2u.com.sg. Once you cancel the service, the bank will send paper statements to your mailing address available with them.