Accessing a Visa statement online requires identifying the financial institution that manages the account, explains Visa's official website. Banks and other financial institutions issue Visa credit and debit cards and provide online access for account holders.
Visa maintains a list of participating banks that issue Visa cards, according to its website. Cardholders should contact the banking institution managing their card to find out more information about online access. Many banks offer account management, balance inquiries and payments online. Visa partners with banks to issue cards under the names of banking institutions, and these organizations manage card membership and customer service. To determine which financial institution to contact, customers should review the bank name listed on their credit or debit card.
Card accounts are monitored by Visa for security reasons, and customers may be contacted by their financial institution and Visa if transactions must be verified, states Visa's website. Personal account information is securely stored in cooperation with financial institutions. Consumers who are interested in reviewing their account statements for discrepancies may contact their financial institution for more information about how their credit use is monitored and to review recent transactions. Account information access is restricted for the protection of customer information.