How I View The Last 7 International Transactions On My GTB MasterCard

Apart from money transfer, bills payment, airtime purchase, FX sales etc, GTBank Internet Banking also makes it easy for me to view the last 7 international transactions on my GTB Naira MasterCard. I get to see the date of each transaction, location, currency and transaction amount. This way, I can easily discover when an unusual transaction is carried out on my debit card.

Below is a screenshot of recent international online transactions carried out on my Naira MasterCard before I started using the GTB Dollar MastarCard for my international transactions:

gtbank internet banking mastercard transactions

As you can see in the “location” column, who charged my card is clearly stated i.e Facebook, Google, Namecheap, Madmimi etc. With this, I can easily know when Facebook deducts payment for my Facebook ads and the transaction amount in US dollars.

How Do I Check The Last 7 International Transactions On My GTBank Master Card ?

Go to www.gtbank.com
Login to Internet Banking with your ID and password
Click on “Cards” on the side menu
Click on “View International Card Spend Limits

gt bank mastercard spend limit

Scroll down to view the last 7 international transactions.

Right on the page, you also get to to see the spend limit of your GTBank Master Card.

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Written by Jide Ogunsanya

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