Like many banks, Capital One offers paperless bank statements that can be easily downloaded from the Capital One website. You can look at all your past statements as well as your most recent one and download digital copies. Downloading statements online won't just save you time and storage space---it's also more environmentally friendly. To view the statements, you'll need PDF reading software, such as Adobe Reader, Foxit Reader or Evince (see Resources).
Things You'll Need
- Capital One account
- PDF reader
Visit the Capital One website (see Resources). Log in to your account.
Click "Statements" under the "Accounts" tab on the website's navigation bar.
Choose the account you'd like to download statements for from the "Account Name" drop-down box.
Locate the statement you'd like to download. Statements are listed by month. Click "Save as PDF" and download the file to your computer's desktop.
Minimize your Web browser and double-click on the saved PDF statement file. Your Capital One bank statement should open in your PDF reading software.
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