The Rho Cards Overview page displays the recent activity of all of your Rho Cards. The page is displayed when you click the Cards icon from the Rho Toolbar. Additionally, you can access the page by clicking the Overview tab from any other Cards page.

You can view activity for your specific Rho Cards from the My Cards page. Admin users can view Rho Card activity for any team member from the Team Cards page.

Balances

The Balances section of the page displays the following information:

  • Total Balance
    The total spending on all of your Rho Cards minus any payments made.
  • Balance Due
    The total spending due for all of your Rho Cards, due by the Payment Due date.
  • Current Period Spending
    The total spending on all of your Rho Cards that occurred during the current period.
  • Cashback Earned
    The money returned to an account from an account opening.
  • Cashback Rate
    The current cashback percentage rate, specifying the amount of money that you will earn from transactions using your Rho Cards each month.
  • Statement Closing
    The date when the current transaction period ends.
  • Payment Due
    The date when payment must be made for all of your Rho Cards.

Available Credit

The graph displays the total amount of credit you have remaining for all of your Rho Cards.

Card Spend

A timeline graph that displays transaction history for all of your Rho Cards. Each card is represented by a uniquely colored line in the graph.

The graph shows the following data, when selected:

  • All Time
    Displays the transaction history of your Rho Cards across the life of your account. Selected by default.
  • This Month
    Displays the transaction history of your Rho Cards in the past calendar month.

Move your cursor along the graph to view the details of your Rho Cards on a specific day.

Transactions

The Overview page includes two tables that display the most recent Pending and Recent Transactions for your Rho Cards. To view all transactions for the table, click the View All button.

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