Ask Capital One about your credit card, checking, savings, auto and home loan accounts. Then try out our new feature, "How much did I spend?" to get quick answers on how much and where you are spending.
Once you’ve enabled the skill, say “Alexa ask Capital One…”
For your credit card: · “How much did I spend at Target last month?” · “How much did I spend at Starbucks last weekend?” · “What’s my current credit card balance?” · “When is my credit card bill due?” · “To pay my credit card bill.”
For your bank accounts: · “What’s my checking account balance?” · “What are my recent transactions?”
For your auto loan: · “What’s my car loan principal balance?” · “What's my payoff quote?” · “When is my car loan due?” · “To pay my car loan bill.”
For your home loan: · “What's the principal balance on my mortgage?” · “When is my next mortgage payment due?” · “How much is my next mortgage payment?”
To get started, sign in with your Capital One username and password (which we keep completely private). You can also create a personal key for extra security.
We're always learning and building new features, but we can't do that well without your feedback. If you have comments, please share them with us at www.CapitalOne.com/Alexa.
The content of this skill is appropriate for most users. This skill may include account linking, personal information collection, advertisements, location detection or location-based services, or infrequent or mild examples of the types of content included below:
Nudity or descriptions of nudity within medical, informational or artistic contexts
Infrequent or mild references to cultural or religious intolerance
Infrequent or mild realistic, cartoon, or fantasy violence or descriptions of violence
Infrequent or mild references to alcohol, tobacco and drugs
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The skill itself isn't bad--in fact I used it for a couple months without issue. My concern is that the pin code necessary to access account information, pay bills, etc is stored as plain text in Alexa's voice history list, and can be read by anyone who looks. 99% of people are not going to know how to go on Amazon through their PC and clear that history, or scroll through hundreds of entries and delete it from the Alexa app. This to me pretty much negates the security aspect of requiring a pin, and so I removed the skill.
This is an awesome feature. However I can't seem to make a payment unless I've been billed. Since I usually pay in advance this isn't quite as convenient as I was hoping it would be, but it is still really convenient to at least check my account balance.
A slight bug... when I request to make a payment of some amount of dollars "and one cent," it doesn't map the "and one cent" to an amount, so it asks me to confirm payment of just the whole dollar amount. If I say "and one cents," it maps that correctly to the additional $.01.