Keeping updated with the activities on your credit card account, can prevent your credit card account from going into default. Many credit card companies allows consumers to create online accounts for easier access to their accounts. Using an online account is more convenient than using the phone to check your credit card account. Online credit card accounts allows the user to pay bills, receive monthly statements, check balances and credit limits.
Visit your credit card company's website to create an online account. You will need to create a user name and a password. You will also need to provide your name, address, telephone number and email address. Each credit card company may have different requirements.
Review all the information that you entered into the database. Pay special attention, especially to your email address. The email address that you entered will be used to correspond with you regarding your online account.
Check your incoming emails for a activation link. Some credit card companies may need you to click on the activation link to complete the online account set-up. You will need to click on the link, which will take you back to the account set-up page.
Follow the step by step instructions to complete the set up of your online account. Once you complete the set-up process, you will now have access to your online account. Most online accounts can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Browse the different options that are available to you, from your online account. Click on the option that you are interested in, in order to complete your task.
For added security, create a strong password when creating your online account password.