Billing Statement

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Learn Mining News  Mar 10  Comment 
Each month you’ll get a billing statement from your credit card issuer. Typically, billing statements come through the mail but if you’ve signed up for electronic billing or e-statements, you’ll have to go online to get your billing...




 

Billing Statement is a statement listing all the debits and credits made to a particular credit card during the previous billing cycle. It is sent to the card holder at the end of each cycle and includes the outstanding balance, finance charge, minimum payment due, payment due date, grace period, number of days in the billing cycle and APR.

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