HDFC: How to Download HDFC Credit Card Statement [Using Internet banking]

Written by Sravan

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Using your HDFC Credit Card if you spend on IRCTC train tickets or Air tickets for Travelling purposes, if you buy groceries on Amazon or Shopped on Weekends, or Enjoyed at Restaurants, but if you want to track all the amounts spent, you need to check your Credit card statement.

To check it, let me show you, How to download Credit card statement using HDFC Internet banking.

Let’s get started..!!

Step 1:

To download the HDFC Credit card statement, Click the link below to log in to HDFC Internet banking.

Step 2:

Now Enter your “HDFC Customer ID / User ID” and Tap on the “Continue” button.

Step 3:

Now you enter your “Password or PIN number”.

Later on, if your Secure Access ID matches with the image displayed, then, Tick on” This is my secured ID” and Click on the “Login” button.

Step 4:

Now, your HDFC Internet banking dashboard appears like this.

Now click on the “Cards” section to download your credit card statement.

After clicking that you will see the interface like this and then click on the “Enquire” tab which appears on the left.

Step 5:

Once you click on that, a pop-down menu will open. Here, click on the 3rd option of “View statement”.

Step 6:

Now. Click on “Select a Card” and select the Active HDFC Credit card you want to download. Then, you have to select the period for which you want to download. For that click on “Select period”. First, select the month and then select the “Year” as required and click the “View” button.

Step 7:

After clicking on that, it displays “Click to view/download”, just click on it.

Now your credit card statement will be downloaded in PDF format. You can check all your swiped transactions including Outstanding credit, Purchases, Debits, Credits, etc

I hope you understood the “HDFC Credit Card Statement Download” concept.
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