Monitor your accounts by creating custom e-alerts through Level One’s Online Banking system. Our e-alerts can securely provide electronic notification of one-time or frequently recurring activities on your accounts, such as low balances or check clearance. Alerts can be scheduled and received via text, e-mail, or online messaging within your online banking account.
How it Works
- Login to Online Banking
- Click the "eAlerts" tab
- Select the account type
- Select “New” next to the account for which you want alerts
- Choose the type of alert you want to create
- Insert the alert parameters
- Select your preferred method for receiving alerts and click the “Finish” button
- Free to Level One customers
- Automatically monitors your accounts for you 24 hours a day
- Allows you to customize and schedule alerts that are most important to you
- Sends notification via your preference of text, e-mail or online messaging
- Check Cleared Alert
- Checking ACH Credit Alert
- Checking ACH Debit Alert
- Checking ATM / Debit Alert
- Checking Balance Below Alert
- Checking Daily Balance Alert
- Checking Deposit Alert
- Loan Advance Alert
- Loan Payment Alert
- Savings ATM / Debit Alert
- Savings Balance Below Alert
- Savings Daily Balance Alert
- Savings Deposit Alert
Login to Online Banking or call us at 888-880-5663 or 248-737-0300 and a representative will assist you.
Must have Online Banking to utilize account alerts. Standard text message rates may apply via your mobile phone provider.
Alerts are based upon the settings you establish as a customer. Alerts apply only to posted account transactions and there may be a delay of 24-48 business hours to receive event notification.
Account alerts are offered as a tool to assist in tracking posted transactions and end of day balances, and is not to be used as a sole account reconciliation method or early notifications to deposit funds prior to reaching deficit balance status. Level One Bank is not liable for insufficient account balances due to the delay of notification, or system errors outside of our control that results in an inability to receive alerts.