Posted by Chuck on February 11, 2019
Credit Cards

Published on February 11th, 2019 | by Chuck

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Chase Now Displays 2 Years of Transaction History in the Online Login

Chase now allows you to see two full years of transaction history from within the regular Transactions view in the Chase login. You’ll get a popup at login showing details of the change.

Previously, Chase limited us to seeing just a few months of transactions from within the standard transaction view. You were able to download statements to see older transactions – that’s a pain, and it also made searching much harder.

Now you can view and search two full years of history. Click on ‘2018 Statements’ for a pop-down of all statements during 2018. Choose ‘All Transactions’ to see a running list of all transactions for the past two years.

Nice to see this much needed improvement. Personally, I don’t see why there’s any limitation, I recently found myself trying to find details of a transaction from a few years ago for the sake of a credit card warranty, and it was a bit of a pain. Anyway, this is much better than before, kudos.

Hat tip to Rapidtravelchai



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BT
BT

Thank god.

Yoni
Yoni

PSA:
Only thing is all bets are off if you PC, you lose all transactions, all SM, so if you opt’ed out paper statements. You’ll lose all access to the data after PC is complete. (same thing with switching to a Biz login from a personal).

At the very least make sure you download pdf’s of all you statement’s of you didn’t do it before or save them to Google drive after DL.

vince
vince

thank god

HoKo
HoKo

Would be interested to see a follow up post on the credit card extended warranty experience

Jeremy K
Jeremy K

this is why you retain statements to your google drive

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