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I don't see the need for additional log-in. My local bank here in town has online statements, and you don't need to log in a second time to view the online statement.

Only you know the User ID and password for your account, and you have to enter those to view your account information. I can't imagine any reason that would make a second log-in necessary. Security? I don't think so - after all, you already entered your User ID and password, and as long as you don't sign in at a "public" computer and then walk away, then you don't have anything to worry about.

I feel it's an unnecessary step.
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