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Tesco Bank Credit Card & .csv File Needed To Read Transactions Help.


VeteranCosmicRocker54

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I recently signed to Tesco Bank and have their credit card. I can access my online statement with no problem, but when I click to see the transactions, I am unable to see them. I am offered different way to view them in my computer, but none worked.

Having contacted Tesco Bank to see what my transactions were and why I cannot view them, it seems I have to download a .csv file in order to read my transaction history with. I have seen a bewildering array of .csv files online and, because I don't have Excel, have no idea which one to download into my Windows Vista.

Since I'm just me on my desktop, can you help me choose a free .csv I can keep on my desktop to read such transactions with please? All help gratefully received.

Thank you.

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mgmcc

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"Comma Separated Values" files (.CSV) are normally opened in a Spreadsheet application. If you don't have an "Office Suite" installed, you could either download Microsoft's free Excel Viewer or install one of the free Office Suites, such as Libreoffice.

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VeteranCosmicRocker54

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Thank you mgmcc for your very kind help. I have downloaded both and will now try Tesco Bank again and see if the statement transactions will work. Wish me luck as this is quite alien to me.

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