Helping to make internet banking easier, Lloyds TSB Internet Banking has launched an electronic service.
Customers that use internet banking can now opt to stop their paper statements and view and search their statements online.
Statements can be searched from as far back as July 2002 and for every customer who stops their paper statement Lloyds will plant a tree.
Lloyds has 10,000 dedicated trees as part of the service, a joint venture with climate change company Future Forests.
Matthew Timms, Internet banking director said: "The convenience of online banking is an obvious draw for millions of customers who want to be able to manage their money when and where they choose. This service will make things even easier for customers, by allowing them to search through records dating back almost three years".
"By giving our customers the choice to stop receiving paper statements and by dedicating trees through Future Forests, we hope we can give something back to the environment."To read more about Internet banking click here.
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