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It is not a blind statement credit. You have to use the card and have a charge appear (with proper coding), then request a statement credit up to $100 against that charge. So if you use the card to rent a car, once that charge posts to your account, you ask for a statement credit. But you can't just request a statement credit randomly and the charge has to be properly coded (see your T&C).
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