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Discover It AU Question

The Discover web site's transaction history is not differentiating between primary card and AU card transactions the way AMEX does.  They are all lumped in together.

 

Will there be any indication which card conducted which transaction when the actual statement generates, or a summary of per-card spend?

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Re: Discover It AU Question


steve23111 wrote:

The Discover web site's transaction history is not differentiating between primary card and AU card transactions the way AMEX does.  They are all lumped in together.

 

Will there be any indication which card conducted which transaction when the actual statement generates, or a summary of per-card spend?


Since all cards have the same account number Discover can split the transactions, all AMEX cards have a seperate card number for each user.

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ryanbush wrote:

steve23111 wrote:

The Discover web site's transaction history is not differentiating between primary card and AU card transactions the way AMEX does.  They are all lumped in together.

 

Will there be any indication which card conducted which transaction when the actual statement generates, or a summary of per-card spend?


Since all cards have the same account number Discover can split the transactions, all AMEX cards have a seperate card number for each user.


Then how does one go about making this happen?

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Re: Discover It AU Question

ryanbush meant that Discover can't differentiate the charges because the card numbers are the same (Amex can differentiate becasue AUs have different card numbers).

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I do not believe it is possible, but a call into CS may help!



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Re: Discover It AU Question

When I login to my account I have a plus mark beside each transaction that I click on and it shows what card was used for which transaction.

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