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April 14, 2024

Simplify your financial life by setting up account notifications.

Learn how these notifications can help make money matters simple.

Managing your money and being up-to-date with your finances doesn't have to be a headache. Choose wisely and simplify your financial life by setting up notifications on your HawaiiUSA accounts. Notifications provide an easy way to stay on top of your money while also keeping an eye out for fraudulent activity. What's the catch? There is none. Setting up account notifications is free! And, they can be applied to different types of accounts including checking, savings, loans, debit cards, and even credit cards. 

Where do I start?

Before enrolling, ask yourself the following: 

  1. Which accounts do I want to receive notifications for (i.e. – checking, savings, credit cards)?
  2. What type of transactions do I want to be alerted for? 
  3. How often do I want to receive notifications? 

Once you’ve answered these questions, you’re ready to start managing your money more completely. 

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What types of notifications can I enroll in?

Here are a few commonly used notifications that may work for you:

  • Account Balance Change – When your account reaches a balance that is over/below an amount of your choice
  • Debit Card Purchase – When your debit card is used for a point-of-sale (POS) or signature transaction
  • Electronic Deposit (ACH) – When your account receives a direct deposit
  • Large Amount Withdrawal – When there’s a withdrawal or transfer that exceeds a certain amount
  • Loan Balance Change – When a change to the loan amount occurs
  • Loan Payment Applied –  When a loan payment is applied

Additional types of notifications are also available, depending on what accounts you have. 

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Awareness can increase security

Banking notifications can make managing your money less stressful, but they can also add another layer of security to your finances. When you get a notification in your inbox or text messages, spend a moment and see what new activity occurred and whether it’s something you’re expecting.

If you’re surprised with what you see and think it might be fraudulent activity, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. Acting quickly on a banking notification can save you a load of worry later if it means stopping fraud before any serious damage is done.

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