What you get
A regular electronic statement via email
Secure and paperless alternative
The ability to manage and save your eStatement in one easy-to-access location on a computer
The capability to update your statement options at any point

How to get it
Register for eStatements by using Internet Banking, Telephone Banking or visiting your nearest branch.
To open your eStatements you will need to download and install the Striata Reader and Adobe Reader. Links to both of these products will also be provided in the cover mail of your eStatement.
Your eStatement will be delivered to your email inbox as an .emc file attached to the email.
For security reasons, you will be prompted to enter a password to open the file.
Once you’ve registered for electronic statements you will receive a welcome email that will contain the requirements needed to receive and view your eStatement.

How to register for Absa Online banking
Go to the Absa Online Registration page
Enter your 16-digit ATM card number and your ATM PIN number and click on the ‘Next’ button
If you only have one account, your relevant access account number will be pre-populated
If you have multiple accounts, select the applicable account number from our dropdown menu
Enter your email address
Enter your 10-digit cell phone number
Your title, surname and name will be pre-populated
Your identity number will also be pre-populated
Check the ‘I accept Terms of Use’ box and click ‘Next’
Under the ‘Absa Online Security Information’ section, choose a strong 5-digit Personal Identity Number (PIN)
Confirm the PIN for Absa Online
Click ‘Register’
SureCheck will be delivered to the cellphone number on our records
Confirm the transaction as instructed in the message sent to your cell phone
You will now be registered to use Absa Online

Control your Absa Online service
You can also control your Absa Online service by:

Viewing your Absa Online costs
Changing which account will be billed for Absa Online
Changing your account limits
Cancelling your Absa Online service
Changing your language preference