Historical Transactions FAQs

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Historical Transactions FAQs

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    Who can view Historical Transactions?

    This service is available to all customers registered for AIB Internet Banking. To register for Alerts you must have a valid email address.

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    What are my 'Historical Transactions'?

    Historical Transactions can display transactions from two years ago up to the previous business day.

    Historical Transactions also gives you additional information about your transaction in some cases. For example, if you made a transaction abroad in a foreign currency, and you click on the transaction to expand it, the local currency and local currency amount will be displayed.

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    How do I choose which 'Historical Transactions' display?

    There are no fees associated with Alerts.

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    How do I export my 'Historical Transactions'?

    Historical Transactions enables you to export your transactions to a CSV (Comma Separated Variable) file. This file can be opened in Microsoft Excel and other software (check your software's supporting documentation for a list of supported file formats).

    To export your transactions:

    1. Click on 'Statements' on the left hand navigation bar

    2. Click the 'Historical Transactions' tab located at the top of the screen

    3. Choose the account for which you want to export transactions by selecting the current account from the drop down list at the top of the screen

    4. Refilter your transactions, if you wish, to only show the transactions you wish to export

    5. Click on the 'export transactions' button and either open or save the file when you are prompted.

     

    Note: Some data may display incorrectly due to the formatting standards of the software used to open the file.

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    How do I view cheque images in 'Historical Transactions'?

    Historical Transactions also enables you to view images of cheques debited from your Current Account. You will need an AIB Card Reader to view cheque images. You may also print a copy of this image if you wish. To view a cheque image:
    1. Click on 'Statements' on the left hand navigation bar

    2. Click the ‘Historical Transactions’ tab located at the top of the screen

    3. Choose the account from which the cheque was debited by selecting the current account from the drop down list at the top of the screen

    4. Click on the cheque transaction you wish to view an image of

    5. Click on the ‘view cheque image’ button

    6. Enter the requested code from your AIB Card Reader

    7. You may print the cheque image by clicking on the ‘print cheque image’ button and following the prompts on screen.

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