The account summary page gives you a snapshot of their account as of the date and time displayed. Looking at this one screen you can see:
- Account Balance
- Available Credit
- Payment due day
- Credit Limit
- Amount and date of last payment
- Minimum payment due
A detailed list of all transactions since the last statement is also available.
You can have access to the past six months of account statements. More statements will be added until a total of 18 months of history can be displayed. You select the statement you want to review from the list of closing dates in the previous statements summaries drop down menu.
You can download transaction information from this page to use with your money management software. Download files include transaction information, merchant addresses, memos, and category information.
You can view transaction detail from the Statements page by clicking on individual transactions. From the transaction detail screen, you can assign expense categories and add memos to transactions. The memo feature is a handy feature for record keeping.
You can securely pay your credit card bill from the Bill Payment page of MyCardStatement.com. You supply the account number and routing numbers of a valid checking or savings account, the name of the account, and the payment amount. Payment transactions entered online by 3:00 P.M. Eastern Time will be processed each business day, and will reflect on your account the next business day.
You can change your e-mail address or password from the Cardholder Profile page.
If you do not want access to your account via MyCardStatement.com, you can also disable access from this page by clicking on the disable online access link.
Finding specific expenses is a breeze with the Find Transaction page. You can search card account information using any of the following criteria:
- Transaction Type
- Merchant name
- Expense category
- Transaction memo
- Transaction Amount
- Date posted since
Once a search is completed, you can save the search criteria so you do not reenter the criteria.
New User Enrollment Page
The first time you access MyCardStatement.com, you must enroll. To enroll, you enter your account number, social security number, CVV2 number and two of the following:
- Name as it appears on card
- Telephone number
- Zip Code / Postal Code
- Mother’s maiden name
You also choose an alphanumeric password that is 8-20 characters long. You will use this password along with their user name to log into MyCardStatement.com in the future.
You can track card expenses by creating, viewing, and printing reports from the Reports page. You can also view, the ten merchants’ you’ve spent the most with, or the ten most expensive purchases charged to your card. You can view reports in the table or chart format.
Once you generate a report in MyCardStatement.com it can be saved for later viewing. When you run the report again it will be run against the state of the account at that time.
The Set Alerts page allows you to manage your account by having MyCardStatement.com monitor your specific events. You can set up as many alerts as you want and MyCardStatement.com will send you notification e-mail when that event occurs. You can set alerts for any of the following account events:
- The credit limit is reached or exceeded
- A new statement is available
- Balance is within a certain amount of credit limit
- Balance exceeds or drops below a certain amount
- A payment, credit, or return posts to their account
- A posted item exceeds a certain amount
You may also select Send an alert on this date, to have MyCardStatement.com e-mail you to remind you of any date or occasion.
After you submit an alert it is added to the Alerts you’ve saved list. After an event occurs and notification has been sent, the alert is deactivated, but not removed from the list of saved alerts. Alerts that have been sent are listed along with the date on which the event occurred. You can reset alerts by clicking reset to the right of the alert description. The site will then send you an e-mail notification when the event occurs again. When they are no longer needed, you can delete the alerts.