You can see your Amazon.com Store Card statement either online or through the mobile app. You also have the option to receive your statement via mail.
How to see your Amazon.com Store Card statement:
Online: To check your statement online, sign in to your Amazon.com Store Card account. If you don’t have an account yet, you’ll need to register for online access first. Once you’re signed in to your account, click on “Activity” and then on “Statements”. After that, select a date and click on the PDF icon to see your statement.
Through the mobile app: Download the app for Android or iOS. Then, log in to your online account and tap on the “Activity” button from the main menu. From there, tap on “Statements” and follow the on-screen instructions to view your recent statement.
Via mail: You should receive your statements each month in the mail, unless you’re enrolled in paperless billing.
If you choose, you may enroll in paperless statements and receive them online only. Once you enroll, the issuer will email you every month to let you know your statement is ready to view. You may log in to your online account and switch back to paper statements at any time.
Here's how you can check your Amazon.com Store Card balance:
Online: You can check your Amazon.com Store Card balance by logging in to your online account. From your online account, you could also ask a representative to check it for you, via the chat function.
Phone: You can also check your balance by calling customer service at (866) 634-8379.
Mobile app: Another way to check your balance is through the Amazon.com Store Card app for iOS and Android.
Amazon Alexa: Ultimately, you can use Amazon Alexa on any Alexa-enabled device, by enabling the Store Card skill.
It’s a good idea to keep an eye on your Amazon.com Store Card balance. If your balance seems higher than it should be, take a moment to look over your recent transactions for anything out of the ordinary.
Online: You can check your Amazon.com Credit Card balance simply by signing in to your account.
Chase Mobile App: You can also check your Amazon.com Credit Card balance on the go from the Mobile app.
Phone: Call (888) 247-4080 and you will be able to talk to a representative.
Bill statement: You can also check your credit card balance by looking at your bill statement.
It’s a good idea to keep an eye on your Amazon.com Credit Card balance. If your balance seems higher than it should be, take a moment to look over your recent transactions for anything out of the ordinary.
By logging in to the website or using the mobile app, you will be able to see your card’s balance and previous statements, as well as manage your rewards. You can also set up one-time, automatic, or recurring payments.… read full answer
How to get help for managing your Amazon.com Credit Card account:
If you have questions about your Amazon.com Credit Card account, call customer service at (888) 247-4080 or email the issuer securely after you’ve logged in to your account. For the Amazon.com Store Card, you can contact customer service at (866) 634-8379. In addition to answering your questions, customer service can help you make a payment, tell you about previous transactions, and more.
Keep in mind that you won’t be able to manage your Amazon orders, change shipping information, or handle returns through your credit card account. Those things must be done through your account at Amazon.com.
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