The Chase online checking account log contains all transactions posted to the checking account, including transfers, deposits and debits. Online banking also allows customers to search for transactions based on type, date, amount or check number.
Besides viewing the account log, Chase online banking allows customers to check their account balances, view statements, pay bills and transfer funds. Customers can transfer funds between two Chase accounts or between Chase accounts and external bank accounts. By using Chase QuickPay, customers can easily send payments to other people. Customers can also stop payment on a check, create account nicknames and order checks and deposit slips using online banking.
To enroll in online banking, customers must visit Chase's website and enter their account, debit or credit card number. Entering a Social Security or tax ID number is also required. Customers must then choose a user name. Chase confirms the user's identity by sending a temporary identification code. After customers receive their identification codes, they are directed back to Chase's website, where they enter the code and create a password.
Chase does not charge customers a fee for online banking. The service is available for a variety of account types, including mortgages, student loans, auto loans, and personal checking, savings and credit cards.