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Savings accounts and Maxi accounts

This section allows you to view your Savings accounts and Maxi accounts with bank as well as a list of the performed transactions within a specified time period.

By clicking the accounts group name, the according accounts list is either shown or hidden.

There is a possibility to fill in a Maxi account and payment card open order or Savings account+ open order by clicking the according link in the end of the accounts list.

Clicking any account transaction list within a specific period of time will be displayed on the right side of the page. Clicking any payment card information on the card as well as list of last actions with the card within a specific period of time will be displayed. The period of time can be changed on the right upper side of the page.

Attention! Account current balance does not include blocked amount and credit limit. For example, paying for the purchase by a card, attached to an account, or withdrawing cash at another bank's ATM, the sum is blocked, but account current balance is reduced only after transaction processing is finished. Click a payment card, attached to an account, and you will be presented with available card balance which includes blocked amount and credit limit.

Clicking on the transaction number you can view either debit or credit advice.

Save statement to file

Field delimiter for csv file, as well as decimal delimiter can be changed in the "Configuration" section of the "Profile" menu. Saving statement to a file, text is converted in accordance with the encoding of the user working session language. If statement text contains letters that do not correspond to the user session language, then these letters are converted into Latin letters.

CVC2/CVV2 code (Card Verification Code 2 / Card Verification Value 2) is a three-digit (for AmEx cards four-digit) number which is not part of the credit card number. The number appears only on the credit card itself (not on receipts or statements), so provides some assurance that the physical card is in the possession of the buyer. This reduces the chance of fraudulent card use. For Visa, Maestro and MasterCard, the code is the last 3 digits of the number printed on the back of the credit card in the signature field. For AmEx the code is printed on the front side of the card, near card number.

The name of the column in the card event list can be used for sorting the list. Click the name of a column in the list of the selected payments and the list will be sorted by this column in the ascending order, click the same column one more time - the list will be sorted in the descending order.