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Log in to Home Banking and click the eStatements link to enroll. eStatements are a quick, convenient, and secure way to receive your monthly statements online through Home Banking. Enrollment is quick and the service is free!

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Express Yourself with Checks

Visit the Harland-Clarke website for all your check-ordering needs.  Follow the simple navigational menu and you can not only order your checks, but you may customize them to suit your preferences.  Want to know the status after an order?  A tracking service is also available so you can view exactly when your checks were sent out.  Click the link below to enter the Harland-Clarke website.

Due to heightened security, certain changes may cause a delay in printing.  Information changes such as address changes or adding joint owners must be verified by Fort Worth City Credit Union before those checks can be printed.  For any changes to your check information, contact the Credit Union at 817.732.2803 and we will assist you with your check order.

Check Printing Fees

The charge for checks depends on the style chosen. For the Heritage Checking account, the designated special style is free, up to two boxes of checks per year. If a style other than the designated style is chosen, regular price will charged.

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