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Chase AU Separate Expenses
I asked Chase about this directly, but I am still having a hard time believing there’s not a way to do this.
If I spend 5k, my partner spends 3k and my mom spends 2k in a month on my CSR (and they are both AUs) there is NO way to separate that spending on a statement or otherwise. Amex clearly delineates each user and shows exactly how much each user spent and which transactions they made.
Is there really no way to do this on Chase without going line by line and seeing where each purchase was made geographically to guess who spent what??
Do you all have the same card number? If so, I can see how that would make it difficult.
There’s nothing you can do other than what youre doing. However, what you’re asking for can be done – Citi Business cards have separate numbers for employee cards. I dont know why they [I]dont [/I]do it.
All AU cards from Chase have the same number as the primary card and they cant separate the spend
You are correct – Chase doesn’t allow any way to tell who made the purchase on the statement.
Here’s the other part – I used several AU cards for some co-workers, paying the hefty $75 per card. When I realize I couldn’t itemize or determine who spent what, I decided to cancel their AU cards. I got the AU fee of $75 back on them, but even after their AU cards were canceled, they could still use the number to make purchases online and with established merchants, since the numbers were the same. I didn’t mind that because I trust them, but this could be a real issue if you didn’t – or if you wanted to stop someone from spending your money!