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We’ve enhanced our platform for chase.com. For a better experience, download the Chase app for your iPhone or Android. Or, go to System Requirements from your laptop or desktop.

Give paperless a try

How to go paperless

On your Chase Mobile® app:

  1. Sign in to the Chase Mobile® app.
  2. Under the main navigation menu, select "My Settings" then "Paperless."
  3. Your eligible accounts will be listed to start receiving paperless statement notifications. Accounts toggled on are set to paperless.
  4. After that, your statements will be paperless, which you can access simply by tapping on “See Statements.” You may update your preferences anytime you’re signed into the Chase Mobile® app by going back into your Paperless settings.

Note: It may take a month or so to stop receiving paper statements in the mail.

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On your desktop or mobile browser:

  1. Sign in to chase.com
  2. Select the "Paperless" button within an account summary or select the "My Profile" icon in the top right corner and select "More settings." A list of Chase accounts that are eligible for paperless statements will display. Select the accounts that you'd like to switch by checking the corresponding box. Then click "I consent."
  3. You'll see a page with confirmation of your updates and the email address to which your paperless notification will be sent when your statement is available each month.
  4. After that, your statements will be paperless. Simply sign in and click the "Statements" button in the summary section for the applicable account. You may update your preferences any time you're signed into Chase.com by repeating the steps above.

Note: It may take a month or so to stop receiving paper statements in the mail.