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It's annoying that some CC doesn't allow you to check recent activity.

Paypal Mastercard, in addition to the unmmatched-worst-quality-ever CS (thirty minutes waiting), you can not see your recent CC activity. You HAVE TO WAIT the statement of that month. I find this very annoying sometimes, for example, when I want to find out if a returned-product-credit has been applied to my account by the merchant.

 

US Bank Cashreward CC, takes me two days for account information like balances and available credit to update.  So often enough, you see the available credit is ,say, $2K, while it's actually $50 because the account hasn't been updated yet.

 

I don't know what they don't invest some time and revamp their system, it shouldn't be difficult at all.

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Re: It's annoying that some CC doesn't allow you to check recent activity.


w20031424 wrote:

Paypal Mastercard, in addition to the unmmatched-worst-quality-ever CS (thirty minutes waiting), you can not see your recent CC activity. You HAVE TO WAIT the statement of that month. I find this very annoying sometimes, for example, when I want to find out if a returned-product-credit has been applied to my account by the merchant.

 

US Bank Cashreward CC, takes me two days for account information like balances and available credit to update.  So often enough, you see the available credit is ,say, $2K, while it's actually $50 because the account hasn't been updated yet.

 

I don't know what they don't invest some time and revamp their system, it shouldn't be difficult at all.


Thats weird with Paypal MC thats a GE card and on every account I have with them I can see recent charges pending. :smileyindifferent:




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Re: It's annoying that some CC doesn't allow you to check recent activity.


LS2982 wrote:

w20031424 wrote:

Paypal Mastercard, in addition to the unmmatched-worst-quality-ever CS (thirty minutes waiting), you can not see your recent CC activity. You HAVE TO WAIT the statement of that month. I find this very annoying sometimes, for example, when I want to find out if a returned-product-credit has been applied to my account by the merchant.

 

US Bank Cashreward CC, takes me two days for account information like balances and available credit to update.  So often enough, you see the available credit is ,say, $2K, while it's actually $50 because the account hasn't been updated yet.

 

I don't know what they don't invest some time and revamp their system, it shouldn't be difficult at all.


Thats weird with Paypal MC thats a GE card and on every account I have with them I can see recent charges pending. :smileyindifferent:


I don't know why either.  Their Walmart Discover card is pretty good at showing all the transactions in a clear way.

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Re: It's annoying that some CC doesn't allow you to check recent activity.

For US Bank, the mobile site m.usbank.com does show pending charges/payments.  It's still a mystery to me why this site does and the main site doesn't!

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longtimelurker wrote:

For US Bank, the mobile site m.usbank.com does show pending charges/payments.  It's still a mystery to me why this site does and the main site doesn't!


o thanks never knew i could see pending charges that way.

And yea I agree it's really irritating I can't see pending charges. it takes longer for pending charges to get posted too as compared to other lenders. Makes me hesitant about putting charges on my Cash+ 4-6 days before the end of each month.

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Re: It's annoying that some CC doesn't allow you to check recent activity.


w20031424 wrote:

Paypal Mastercard, in addition to the unmmatched-worst-quality-ever CS (thirty minutes waiting), you can not see your recent CC activity. You HAVE TO WAIT the statement of that month. I find this very annoying sometimes, for example, when I want to find out if a returned-product-credit has been applied to my account by the merchant.

 

US Bank Cashreward CC, takes me two days for account information like balances and available credit to update.  So often enough, you see the available credit is ,say, $2K, while it's actually $50 because the account hasn't been updated yet.

 

I don't know what they don't invest some time and revamp their system, it shouldn't be difficult at all.


That is weird...sort of like subprime antics...:smileyfrustrated:

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