Electronic statements

Saving time

without going to the bank

Increased safety

by applying digital signature

ZERO costs

and convenience in use

The current/deposit account statement, in electronic format and with the bank's digital signature, is sent free of charge and automatically by e-mail:

  • Monthly - on the first day of the following reporting month, including signed confirmation documents related to the account transactions.
  • Daily - every day until 12:00 noon You can set up three e-mail addresses for receiving electronic statements for all current/card accounts or for each account individually.

Your advantages

  • You can organise your time efficiently without queuing at the counter
  • You have increased security by using the bank's digital signature and the security password you set yourself
  • You have all the information at your fingertips, as the daily electronic statement is sent together with the related electronic documents: incoming/outgoing payment orders, exchange debit advices, etc.
  • You have convenience of use with ZERO costs
  • The electronic statement has legal value when submitted electronically to third parties (e.g. SFS)

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Technical requirements

Technical requirements for setting up the mail server

To receive electronic statements, make sure your email server is set up correctly:

  1. SPF is set correctly
  2. The domain name and IP address of the SMTP servers are not in globally blocked lists (e.g. spamcop, SORBS, etc.)
  3. Domain name *@otpbank.md is added in exceptions to content check and message attachment
  4. The possibility of receiving several messages from *@otpbank.md in a short time is ensured. We recommend that companies that have a group of companies and cannot provide this setting, set the e-mail addresses uniformly in relation to the number of accounts
  5. At the local server level the possibility of receiving 10 Mb letters (maximum possible size of a file with electronic statements, sent by the bank) is ensured

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