How to Check Credit Card Statement?
You can check your credit card statement through various online methods. Below are the other two ways to check it online.
Check Credit Card Statement through mentioned Online method:
a) Through the net banking account
Your net banking account is another place you can access your RBL credit card statement. Simply log in to your account, view the report and download it.
If you are not registered for online banking services, enter your 16-digit credit card number to sign up. After this, you may proceed with the RBL credit card statement download.
b) Check Credit Card Statement via email
Bajaj Finserv also sends your RBL Bank credit card statement to your registered email ID. Receive it via email and check all the details with just a few clicks.
Check Credit Card Statement through mentioned Offline method:
Alternatively, you can also check your credit card statement offline. Follow the methods given below to do so.
Your worries on how to get credit card statement offline are sorted with this method. Dial the customer helpline number and take the representative’s assistance to receive the statement at your residential address via post.
Type ‘GREEN’ and send an SMS to 5607011 from your registered mobile number. This offline process activates e-statement service for your credit card
Once you send the message, the process is initiated, and you receive an approval within 48 hours. With this activation, you can check your e-statements from the following billing cycle.
Read Out Your Credit Card Statement to Know the Following Details:
Total amount due and minimum amount due on your credit card.
The due date of payment.
Your available credit limit.
Transactions made and taxes deducted.
The opening and closing RBL credit card balance check for the current billing cycle.
Other details like reward points earned, reward points not redeemed, etc.
So, get access to your credit card’s statement online or offline through one of these methods. Check the necessary details and make Credit Card bill payments
within the due date to avoid penalty charges.