Authorized user breakout?

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Authorized user breakout?

Postby jdavid64 » Wed Oct 29, 2014 11:40 am

Does anyone know of a personal credit card that will break out the charges based on who used the card? I have two personal cards with 2 authorized users on each one, and I'd like to know who made what charges without using a business card.


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Postby Vattené » Wed Oct 29, 2014 2:06 pm

I just got an Amex and it lets you control the spending on individual cards for AUs, but I haven't gotten a statement yet so I can't say if it will break it up. I also haven't used it enough to know if there is an easy way to look at what's been spent on what card. Both Discover and Amex will tell you which card was used when you click for the details on an individual transaction, but I am guessing that is way too inconvenient for your needs.
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Postby AMEXPlatino86 » Wed Oct 29, 2014 5:44 pm

Amex does break down who spent what as well as provide different statements but the primary owner statement will contain all the transactions as well as responsibility of payment.

Vattené wrote:I just got an Amex and it lets you control the spending on individual cards for AUs, but I haven't gotten a statement yet so I can't say if it will break it up. I also haven't used it enough to know if there is an easy way to look at what's been spent on what card. Both Discover and Amex will tell you which card was used when you click for the details on an individual transaction, but I am guessing that is way too inconvenient for your needs.
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