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You know, I dont need a confirmation email everytime I log on. Its redundant. Nobody else has my password. But, I DO want a confirmation email when I mail in a deposit. But they dont do that.

Bassakwards if you ask me !

I think they have it right. The purpose of the confirmation is to prevent unauthorized activity, not to give you a log of your own actions. If someone steals, guesses or otherwise fakes your password, you will be notified of it as soon as you get the email resulting from the perpetrator's login to your account. On the other hand, one probably does not care if there are unauthorized deposits to one's account; one might even welcome such transactions.
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