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What banks offer online services for checking your credit card balance?

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Banks that allow customers to check credit card balances using online money management services include U.S. Bank, Citibank and Wells Fargo. These services allow credit card users to log into a secure account and check current card balances, track deposits and transactions, and monitor credit card spending habits.

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What banks offer online services for checking your credit card balance?
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Banks offering credit card money management services provide quick access to online credit card statements, and both Citibank and Wells Fargo provide card users with email or text alerts that inform users about various account activities. Customers of Wells Fargo can sign up for its rapid alerts program and receive text message alerts concerning ATM cash withdrawals, specific types of card purchases and declined transactions. Using its budget watch service, customers can view a graph that depicts overall credit card usage spending patterns. U.S. Bank credit card users can set up an automatic one-time payment using a credit card or recurring payments that take money directly from a checking or savings account.

Citibank offers three types of credit management training for its customers. Its credit resource center features tools such as an online calculator that helps users plan budgets. The credit resource center also features a series of interactive lessons about financial planning and maintaining good credit. Citibank offers online credit card use education for college students and businesses.

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