The green movement wants financial consumers to get their bank, credit card and household bills and statements in a digital format.
The rational is simple and understandable: With less paper cluttering up residential and business mailboxes, the more trees you save.
But it turns out consumers want print and digital bills — and they may penalize companies that don’t offer both options by taking their business elsewhere. Are Paper Bills and Statements History? Not So Fast | Home | Get the best rates on mortgage, home equity loans, CD, money markets and checking accounts | BankingMyWay