To log in to an American Express credit card account, visit the American Express website or mobile app and click the “Log In” button in the upper right corner of the screen. Type your User ID and password, and in the box that says, “Log In To My Account,” click “Log In.”
Before you can log in to your American Express credit card account for the first time, you will need to create a User ID and a password. From the “Log In To My Account” box, click “Create New Online Account,” then type in your card number and the 4-digit card ID located on the front of your card. Click “Confirm” to finish setting up the account. Once you’ve set up your User ID and password, you’ll be able to log in and manage your account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To view your American Express statements, log in to your American Express account online, go to the account balance page, and click “View Transactions.” Then, select a billing statement from the previous two years to view, download and print. Or, from the mobile app, tap the “Statements” icon at the bottom of the screen, click “Transactions and Statements,” and select a statement to view.… read full answer
Once you’ve chosen an American Express statement, select the download icon and choose a file format to save the document to your computer or mobile device. You can download American Express statements as a PDF, Excel, CSV or Quicken file. You can also click the printer icon at the right of the screen to print a hard copy of the statement.
You will get an American Express statement each month by mail, too. If you choose, you may enroll in paperless statements and receive statements only online. Once you enroll, Amex will e-mail you every month to let you know your statement is ready to view online. You may log into your online account and switch back to paper statements at any time.
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