The Transactions page is a comprehensive list of every spend, withdrawal, deposit and charge across all your Slash cards and accounts. Here you can filter your transactions by status, category and card, as well as export the full list of transactions to a CSV. Transactions in this list can be filtered by status, category, or card.
The Transactions List
ID: The transaction ID, click to copy this to your clipboard should you need it to share with the merchant.
Date: Date the transaction was initiated.
To/From: The merchant if it is a purchase, or the sending bank if it is a payment coming in.
Amount: The dollar value of the transaction.
Account: This is the name of your Slash account.
Method: This will show the card nickname and last 4 digits if it is a purchase or refund, otherwise will show transfer/ACH/wire depending on how the money was moved.
Status: The status of the transaction.
Pending: The transaction was authorized and funds are en route to their destination, pending transactions are reflected in your Slash balance.
Settled: The transaction was successful and the money has been moved from the accounts.
Failed: The transaction was not successful, your Slash balance has not changed.
Declined: The card was declined, this could be for a variety of reasons such as the card is inactive, a daily limit has been reached, insufficient funds, or something else. Your Slash balance was not changed.
Refund: This transaction is a refund for a previous settled transaction.
Dispute: This transaction is currently under dispute with the merchant.
Cancelled: This transaction was cancelled while still pending, the Slash balance has not changed.
ACH: An electronic payment made between banks for payment purposes, typically an external bank account to/from your Slash account. ACH transfers require prior authorization to charge and typically take a few days.
Debit: An electronic payment made between the bank account connected to your Slash account, and your Slash account. These transfers are unique to Slash and require your bank account to be connected.
Subscription: A recurring, pre-authorized payment, such as your Slash subscription fee.
Wire: The transfer of funds directly from one account to another, typically an external bank account to/from your Slash account. Wire transfers are faster and only require the bank account information of the receiving bank.