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Current Available eAlerts


This is a list and description of each eAlert currently available to our Personal eBanking customers. If you have questions about any of these eAlerts, please contact the Personal eBanking support group at 913.384.8290, Monday through Friday between 8:30am and 5:00pm or contact your local branch.

If you would like to see an eAlert that is not shown here, please contact us via secure email at ebanking@mjbtrc.com.

Checking eAlerts

Checking Available Balance – Notify me of the available balance in my account during the day whenever my balance changes. This will trigger a notification to customer when their available balance changes during the day as debits or credits are processed on the designated account. This is a recurring eAlert.

Checking Opening Balance - Notify me of tomorrows opening balance in the designated account. This is a recurring eAlert and will be sent once each evening after we completed our account updates.

Checking Deposit Notice - Notify me of credits to my account throughout the day. This eAlert will trigger a notification to customer after a deposit is processed during the day to the designated account. This is a recurring eAlert.

Checking Low Balance - Notify me when the available balance in my checking account falls below a specified amount. This will trigger a notification to customer during the day whenever the designated accounts’ balance falls below the level indicated by the customer. This is a recurring eAlert.

Check Paid Notice - Notify me when a specific check number is paid on my account. This will trigger a notification to customer when the designated check number is paid on the designated account. The notification will be sent in the early evening after we have completed our account updates. The check serial number must appear in the MICR line of the check to trigger this eAlert. This eAlert will not trigger if the check number is not captured by the deposit bank. This is a one time eAlert.

USTreasury Direct Deposit – Notify me when a social security or other US Treasury benefit direct deposit is received for my account. This will trigger a notification to customer during the day (on the payment date) after we have received the ACH deposit. This is a recurring eAlert.


Saving eAlerts

Saving Available Balance – Notify me of the available balance in my account during the day whenever my balance changes. This will trigger a notification to customer when their available balance changes during the day as debits or credits are processed on the designated account. This is a recurring eAlert.

Saving Opening Balance - Notify me of tomorrows opening balance in the designated account. This is a recurring eAlert and will be sent once each evening after we completed our account updates.

Saving Deposit Notice - Notify me of credits to my account throughout the day. This eAlert will trigger a notification to customer after a deposit is processed during the day to the designated account. This is a recurring eAlert.

Saving Low Balance - Notify me when the available balance in my saving account falls below a specified amount. This will trigger a notification to customer during the day whenever the designated accounts’ balance falls below the level indicated by the customer. This is a recurring eAlert.

USTreasury Direct Deposit – Notify me when a social security or other US Treasury benefit direct deposit is received for my account. This will trigger a notification to customer during the day (on the payment date) after we have received the ACH deposit. This is a recurring eAlert.

Loan eAlerts

Loan Payment Due Reminder - Notify me when my loan payment is due. This will trigger a notification to customer in the early evening when the loan payment is due. This is a recurring eAlert.

Loan Payment Received Notice – Notify me when a payment is applied to my loan account. This eAlert will trigger a notification to customer in the early evening when a payment is applied to their loan. This is a recurring eAlert.