A mini statement is an abbreviated statement that provides details on a select number of banking transactions.  A mini statement usually shows the last ten transactions, debits and credits, made on an account.  The mini statement is generally requested and produced at a bank ATM but is also frequently used or accessed through online banking or mobile banking at some banks and financial institutions. 

The mini statement provides brief descriptions of each transaction, giving the account holder an indication of what the transaction was for with the full description available to the account holders through their regular bank statement.  By providing a short term review of banking transactions, the mini statement allows bank customers to get a quick recap of their activities between monthly statements and avoid having to visit a branch.

ATM mini statements may have a small fee associated with their production depending on the bank and at which electronic terminal was used to produce the mini statement, such as an ATM where the bank account is held, an ATM not or owned or operated by the bank where the account is held, or via online banking or mobile banking.

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