eDocs are the safe, secure way to view, search, save or print your account statements and notices online! Eliminate clutter, help reduce paper waste and save a tree! For your convenience, we will send you email reminders whenever a new eDoc is available. Best of all, eDocs are free. Signing up is quick and easy! Just log into Middleton Community Bank’s Online Banking and and click on the eDocs tab. 

Which documents do I have access to electronically?
  • CD Advices and CD Maturity Notices
  • Customer Activity Notices
  • Loan Past Due, Loan Maturity, and Loan Payment Notices
  • NSF Notices
  • Truth in Savings Disclosures
  • Loan Interest Paid Letter
  • 1099-R IRA Distribution In-Lieu of Letters
  • 1098 Mortgage Interest In-Lieu of Letters
  • 1099 Interest Paid In-Lieu of Letters
  • 5498 IRA Contributions In-Lieu of Letters
How do I sign up?
You simply enroll online. The steps to enroll are outlined below or click here for instructions:
  • Log into your Online Banking account
  • Click on the eDocs tab, then Documents and Settings
  • Select the account(s) for which you would like to receive your statements and notices electronically, you can expand your options by clicking the "+" symbol
  • Read agreement and click on "I agree" to enroll
  • Click "Save Settings"
  • You will receive a confirmation email (this will arrive within a few minutes) to confirm the activity
  • Once you're enrolled, you will receive an email notifying you each time your eDoc is available online
What if I don't want to receive my documents electronically?
Click here for instructions, or follow the steps outlined below:
  • Log into your Online Banking account
  • Click on the eDocs tab, then Documents and Settings
  • Select the accounts and document type(s) you wish to un-enroll, expand your options by clicking the "+" symbol
  • Click Save Settings
  • You will receive an enrollment confirmation to confirm the activity

View Online Banking, Bill Payment, and eDocs FAQs

For more details, contact our Deposit Operations Department at 608-824-3210.