Chase Saved Account Manager: Track Where your Credit Cards are Stored Online & in Mobile Wallets

Good morning everyone, happy Friday!  I just got an email from Chase and I scrolled all the way to the bottom and saw a section called “Track where your card is stored.”  I decided to look into this feature, which is called the Chase Saved Account Manager.  It is actually pretty cool and helpful to see where your credit cards are stored online or in mobile wallets (like ApplePay and Google Pay).  This could be a useful feature if your old credit card expires and you need to update the credit card information or if your credit card is lost or stolen – you will know exactly which websites and apps have your credit card number stored (from previous online or in-app purchases).  Without further ado, let’s dive into the Chase Saved Account Manager feature.

You can access the Chase Saved Account Manager feature by clicking this link or by navigating your Chase online account or Chase mobile app.  Go to the Security & Privacy page, scroll down to the Saved Account Manager section, and then click the See More link.

From the Chase Saved Account Manager page, you can see all your personal and business credit cards in the drop down menu.

You can select up to 3 credit cards at a time and view where your credit card information is stored.

I started with my 3 business credit cards first.  As to be expected, my Chase Ink Plus is saved with companies that are in 5x categories (AT&T, Comcast, Cox, and Office Depot).  I need to remove my Chase Ink Plus from the 3 shipping services since Chase is no longer offering 5x on shipping (that promo ended a few months ago).

I then removed those 3 business credit cards and selected 3 personal credit cards.

When you click the arrow icon, you can see more information about the merchant and your latest purchases with that merchant.  I’ve used my Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card many times since May 9, 2020, but those purchases were in-person so my card information is not stored with the merchant.  My Ritz Carlton is saved in my Marriott Bonvoy account and I used it recently for a stay at the Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay (plus I got 10% cash back with a Chase Offer).

If you scroll down the page, you can see which of your personal credit cards and debit cards are stored in mobile wallets.  I only store my Chase Sapphire Reserve in my Apple Wallet.  There is no reason to store any of these other Chase credit cards (plus my Apple Wallet is full of other credit and debit cards).

I decided to check my wife’s Chase account and see where her Chase credit cards are stored.  Nothing surprising here.  Her Chase Freedom had Chase Offers for Audible, Starbucks, and Zazzle, and was offering 5% cash back at PayPal in Q4 2020.

Looking a little deeper, I can see the recent purchases at Amazon and Audible.

All in all, this is a pretty cool feature.  I wish Chase would allow / show more than 3 credit cards at a time, but that is only a minor inconvenience.  Check out the feature and let me know what you think.  If you have any questions about the Chase Saved Account Manager, please leave a comment below.  Have a great weekend everyone!

15 thoughts on “Chase Saved Account Manager: Track Where your Credit Cards are Stored Online & in Mobile Wallets

  1. CHRISTINA L URBANSKI

    Fantastic post, Grant! This was incredibly helpful and yes, a cool Chase feature. I just cleaned up all my accounts and it was really effortless. Many thanks!

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    1. Grant Post author

      Hi Christina, I’m glad you were able to cleanup up your accounts. Were there any merchants that you were surprised to see on the list?

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      1. CHRISTINA L URBANSKI

        Yes! A shocking amount of merchants actually. I’m one by one clearing my saved payment info with those merchants, with the exception of Apple Pay and recurring payments. Thanks again for this great information!

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        1. Grant Post author

          This is a good idea to protect yourself fraud, if those companies / services get hacked. It also helps you spend less money by adding more friction in the checkout experience. Have a great weekend :)

          Reply
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