FEATURE REQUEST: Please include the "Additional merchant and transaction information" from a credit card or debit card purchase.

Please include the "Additional merchant and transaction information" from a credit card or debit card purchase. For example, this is what information is shown on my online credit card statement (I've "X" out the order number for this example)...


This transaction posted on Jan 18, 2018
Additional merchant and transaction information
AMZN.COM/BILL, WA xxxxxxxxx US
Online, Mail, or Telephone transaction
The main information I'd love Mint.com to pull and add to the details is the order number. It's not very helpful having a bunch of different orders that come through as "Appears on your XXXX Bank (XXXX CARD) statement as AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS on Jan 18". If Mint.com was able to parse the data and pull the Order number and include that in the name details, that would be a HUGE help! Even if that additional credit card info was automatically added to the notes sections of each purchase, that would be very useful.


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