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How to View Your Chase Bank Statement

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You can easily access your Chase bank statement online. Find out how to view your past activity at any time.

Just signed up for Chase paperless statements? You can now view up to 7 years of statements without hassling with physical mail.

Viewing your Chase statement online is a very quick and simple process. To get started, follow the steps below.

How to View Chase Statements on Mobile

Here's how to access your Chase statements online:

  1. Sign into the Chase Mobile app.
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  2. Find your bank account and tap the "Statements" button.
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  3. Choose the statement you want to view.
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Chase lets you view 7 years of statements online.

Enrolling in Chase Paperless Statements is super easy, can be done online, and takes just a couple minutes. Follow these steps to stop your paper statements with Chase and enroll in paperless.

How to View Chase Statements on Desktop

Viewing your statements is just as easy on Chase's desktop site. Here's how:

  1. Sign into your account on Chase.com.
  2. On your Chase Home Page, click on the account you want to view statements for.
  3. Your account info will then pop up.
  4. Find and click on the "Statements" button (just below your account balance.)
  5. Choose the statement you wish to view.

Have multiple accounts with Chase?
If you have multiple accounts on the Home Page, simply click the three dots next to the account you wish to view statements for.

A menu of account options will then pop up. Click "Statements", then choose which statement you wish to view.

Can I print my Chase statement online? You can print any Chase statement that is available online. To do so, click the "Open" icon next to your statement (it looks like a piece of paper) and open the statement as a PDF. Then, print directly from your browser, which you can do by clicking the printer icon in the upper right-hand corner.

Open a New Chase Account

You receive statements when you open a Chase checking/savings account or credit card. If you don't have a Chase account yet, check out their bank promotions and coupon codes.

Bottom Line

Chase Bank lets you easily view your statements online and from the mobile app. To perform even more financial tasks on-the-go, download the Chase Mobile App. You can locate ATMs/physical branches, deposits checks, transfer money and more.

In order to access monthly statements, you need a Chase checking account. If you don't have a checking account with Chase yet, take a peek at their current promotions and coupon codes. As you manage your finances more effectively, you can earn a bonus along the way.

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