Aside from it being a best practice and just good design, are there any known rules dictated by banks and/or by the FTC (or similar agency) that dictate the rules for the display of transaction history on a website where a user can purchase a good or serice (digital and/or physical goods).

I can't think of a single company that has an online presence where you can buy something and not see a complete history of all transactions - credits, purchases, chargebacks, etc to one's account.

If anyone knows of any resources that I can cite, I would be very appreciative.

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