2JP Morgan Chase Travel Card Today’s TopicWe’ll be taking a look at…JP Morgan Chase Travel Card2
3Today’s PresenterDebbie Hawkes Supervisor, Travel Unit and Online PaymentDianne Hartley A/P Specialist, JP Morgan Chase Travel Card Administrator3
4Session Segments Presentation Q&A Debbie will provide an overview of the JP Morgan Chase Travel Card.During Debbie’s presentation, your phone will be muted.Q&AAfter the presentation, we’ll hold a Q&A session.We’ll open up the phone lines, and you’ll be able to ask questions.Debbie and Dianne will answer as many of your questions as time allows.4
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7JP Morgan Chase Travel Card Today’s objective is to provide you with information on the new JP Morgan Chase Travel Card.
8Overview What is the Travel Card? Who qualifies for the Travel Card? Organizational responsibilityRequesting a Travel CardPayment responsibilityBilling cycleI will discuss briefly what the travel card is and who qualifies to receive a travel card.The organizational responsibility and how you apply for the travel card.The payment responsibility will also be reviewed, who pays JP Morgan Chase?The Billing Cycle ……
9Overview (continued) Requesting a travel expense reimbursement Travel advancePaymentNetHow to Make a Payment to JP Morgan Chase in PaymentNetView Payment History in PaymentNetAccounts Payable Shared Services contactsI will also review requesting a Trav. Exp. Reimb. and when you would need a travel advance.PaymentNet which is a JP Morgan Chase online credit card manger, how to make a payment using payment net and view the payment history in Paymentnet.Accounts Payable contact information will be provided at the end of this session.
10JP Morgan Chase Travel Card Master Card credit card to be used for travel related expenses.Accounts Payable Shared Services (APSS) will arrange for a JP Morgan Chase Travel Card free of charge to JHEN faculty and staff upon approval by the department administrator.The card is intended to provide individuals with a convenient method to meet the expenses of JHEN approved travel, business meals and entertainment.Any questions regarding payments of Travel Card travel expense reimbursements should be directed to the APSS Travel Unit.Please check Accounts Payable Shared Services to identify your contact person.The new JP Morgan Chase Travel card replaces the AMEX Corp. Card.Accounts Payable Shares Services will provide you with the information and application to secure the new Travel Card.The card is to be used by JHEN employees providing a convenient method to meet the expenses for approved travel, business meals and entertainment.
11JP Morgan Chase Corporate Card Corporate Travel Card – The expenses incurred on the corporate card are the responsibility of the cardholder.The cardholder is responsible for making the payment directly to JP Morgan Chase.The Corporate Travel Card once expenses are incurred the cardholder is responsible for making the payment. You can pay JP Morgan Chase directly by sending them a payment, or, you can use Payment Net to initiate a payment to JP Morgan Chase.I will discuss Payment Net a little further along in this overview.
12Qualifications The travel card is available to all JHEN employees. This card is not based on personal credit history.If the cardholder does not comply with the credit card agreement and pay the bill on time, APSS has the right to revoke the cardholders card privileges. Once your card has been revoked you will not be eligible to reapply to participate in the travel card program.Finance charges incurred for delinquent payment are the responsibility of the cardholder.Who qualifies for the Travel Card? Any JHEN employee can apply for the travel card with their department administrators approval.It is not based on your personal credit history. But, if the cardholder does not pay the bill in a timely manner AP Shared Services will revoke the cardholders privileges. If your privileges are revoked, the cardholder will not be eligible to reapply to participate in the program.Any finances charges that are incurred due to delinquent payment will be the responsibility of the cardholder to pay not JHEN.
13Organizational Responsibility Accounts Payable Shared ServicesThe Accounts Payable Shared Services issues the JP Morgan Chase Travel Card and processes and disburses funds for travel advances (JHU only) and reimbursement of travel expenses.JHEN DepartmentsAuthorized departmental employees approve the issuance of Corporate Travel Card, travel requests, travel advances and travel reimbursement to employees within their department.AP Shares Services has the responsibility of issuing the travel card, processing and disburse funds for travel advances (JHU employees only) and reimbursement of travel expense.The departments responsibility is to authorize and approve the issuance of the Corporate Travel Card, travel request and travel reimbursements to employees within their department.
14Organizational Responsibility (continued) TravelerIt is the responsibility of the traveler to comply with the university's policies governing travel and entertainment.Persons traveling on behalf of the university should exercise good judgment with respect to incurring travel and entertainment expenses and are expected to spend funds prudently.Travel and entertainment related expenses will be paid by APPS if they are deemed to be reasonable, properly documented, provide the appropriate approvals and are within the guidelines of this policy.The traveler must comply with the institutions policies regarding travel and entertainment. You must keep in mind that the expense must be reasonable and within the guidelines.
15Requesting a Corp Travel Card Complete the JP Morgan Chase MasterCard application and mail or it to the attention of the travel card administrator Dianne Hartley.Note: Faxed copies of the application will not be accepted.Cards will be disbursed in 7 – 10 business daysTo request a Corporate Travel Card please contact Dianne Hartley for the application. At the end of this session you will be given contact information.Once you submit your completed Travel Card application, your card will be issued in 7-10 business days.
16Corporate Card Expectations Travelers are expected to charge expenses for transportation, lodging, meals, etc. to their Corporate Card.Charges of a personal nature should not be made using the corporate travel card.The corporate card should not be used for purchases of equipment or supplies.Those types of purchases should be made using the Supply Chain Shared Services Procurement Card.Cardholders may make unlimited travel related purchases as long as the account is not sixty (60) days past due.Cardholders are expected to use the travel card strictly for travel related expenses.No personal charges should be made on your corporate travel card.Supplies or equipment are to be paid for using the Procurement Card. The Procurement Card is issued by Supply Chain Shared Services.
17Responsibility for Payment Under the Corporate Card program, cardholders are responsible for making the payment to JP Morgan Chase.APSS is not responsible for the payment.Monthly statements from JP Morgan Chase can be viewed in Payment Net by the cardholder an will be mailed to the card holder.Payment can be sent directly to JP Morgan Chase or the cardholder can initiate payment using Payment Net.The cardholder can enter their personal banking information in PaymentNet and submit the payment to JP Morgan Chase. (Optional)For the Corp. Cardholder the responsibility for payment is on you, the cardholder.Monthly statements can be viewed in PaymentNet and will also be mailed to the cardholder.Payments can be made directly to JP Morgan Chase by mailing a personal check or you have the option of entering your personal banking information in PaymentNet and initiate the payment to JP Morgan Chase electronically.I am now going to take a few minutes and talk about PaymentNET.
18PaymentNetPaymentNet is a JP Morgan Chase online web application specifically used to:View your credit card activityExecute paymentsSubmit disputesCreate reportsAnd morePaymentNet will be available to the credit card cardholder.Access PaymentNet by going to: www6.paymentnet.comPaymentNet is a JP Morgan Chase online web application design to manage your credit card activity.You will be able to execute payments, run queries and report disputes, etc.Payment Net will be available to all travel cardholders.To access Payment Net you would enter the web address and for first time users you will be prompted to enter the company information.
19PaymentNet Login In Page www6.paymentnet.com is the web address for PaymentNet.I just want to note that in the training module you will see the web address is being entered as JP Morgan Chase has not updated their web address in the training module. Please make sure you include the 6 when entering in the paymentnet web address.Once you enter in the web address you will see the login page.www6.paymentnet.com is the web address for PaymentNet.After entering the web address the log in screen will be displayed.
20PaymentNet – First Time Users First time users will be prompted to enter:Organization ID: hopkinsUser ID (your JHED ID): Ex. dhawkes1Pass Phrase: Password77You will be required to create a new pass phrase and upon completion you should be on the welcome page.To begin access to PaymentNet you must first enter the Organization ID which will always be “hopkins” and the user id will be your JHED ID. You will have to enter in the generic pass phrase which is password77 and then you will be prompted to create a new pass phrase.Once you create your new pass phrase you will be on the welcome page.
21PaymentNet Welcome Page After you have completed the log in process the Welcome screen for PaymentNet will be displayed.On the welcome page you will see a series of training links that will step you through the payment net transactions.The training module will cover the login process, how to view and manage your transactions, how to run queries, run reports and file a dispute.
22Payment Net Training Module Reviewing a TransactionSplitting a TransactionDisputing a TransactionRunning QueriesRunning ReportsDisplayed are the links for the training module. Please step through each of the following training links for a detailed demonstration for managing your JP Morgan Chase Travel Card.The training module is a step by step demonstration of the various transactions that you will need to manage your travel card activity.Please do not skip this step training overview.
23Set Up Bank Information Select the My Profile icon on your home page.Select the Bank Information tab then click on Add BankThis information is only for cardholders who want to submit their payment to JP Morgan Chase electronically through paymentnet.On the home page which is the Welcome page in PaymentNet, select the My profile icon and then click on the Bank Information tab and then click on the Add Bank button.
24Set Up Bank Information LISTThe next screen that appears requires the actual banking information. The ABA Routing number is required as well as the Bank Acct Type, Checking or Savings Acct., the Bank Account Number and a description is also required.Once you have entered this information the save button will be highlighted so just click to save.Note: Whenever you are in a transaction within Payment Net if the word List appears click on it to return to the prior screen. Do not use the arrow back button.
25Make a PaymentSelect Payments from the menu bar and then Create.To submit a payment on the home screen select Payment from the menu bar and create.The bank account information that you entered and saved will appear on this screen. You will be able to select your payment type, ex. One Time, then you would enter your payment amount and your payment date.You will also see your Statement Amount, Current Amount Due and your Due Date.Enter your data in the open fields, click the submit button upon completion. A dialog box appears verifying payment information. Click OK to continue with the payment.Select Payments from the menu bar and then create.After selecting the account information and entering the payment amount click the Submit button to submit the payment.A dialog box will appear to verify the payment information click ok to continue.
26How to View Payment History Select Payments from the menu bar and then Manage.On the History tab of the Payment List a summaryTo view your payment history, from the menu bar select Payments and then Manage.The History tab displays a summary under Payment List, a summary of past payments are listed. You can also select the payment row to view more information regarding the payment.A read-only version of the Payment Detail screen will be displayed which will show additional information regarding the payment.The Submit New Payment button shown on this screen can also be used to create and submit a one-time payment to JP Morgan.
27Billing CycleThe billing cycle for the Corporate Card is the 25th of the month.Payment to JP Morgan is due 25 days after the billing date.There is a billing cycle for all credit cards. The Travel Card billing cycle is the 25th of the month. This means you will receive your bill on the 25th of the month and the payment must be made 25 days after the billing date.
28Advances to Corporate Cardholders Having a university Travel Corporate Card eliminates the need for most travel advances.Travel advances will be made for foreign travel based on per diem rates.Travel advances for domestic trips will be allowed covering incidental expenses up to $50.00 per day.See Travel Advance section of travel policy for more information.Note: Travel Advances are only for JHU EmployeesEmployees should not have a need for most travel advances. For foreign travel, travel advances will be made based on per diem rates.Travel advances for domestic travel will be allowed for incidental expenses up to $50.00 per day. You can review the travel advance section in the Travel policies for additional information.Note: Travel Advances are only for JHU Employees.
29Requesting Reimbursement Corporate cardholders will submit their travel expense through the SAP transaction using the trip travel manager.In the reason field when entering in the expense report, please enter “TRAV CARD” to begin your description in the reason field.This alerts A/P staff that the payment is for the corporate travel card. When faxing receipts for travel expenses, please write “TRAV CARD” on the cover sheet.A/P will authorize the trip for payment within 72 hours.If your payment is not processed within this time frame please contact Accounts Payable travel unit.When you request reimbursement for expenses that where incurred on the travel corporate card, you must enter an expense report in the trip travel manager in SAP.It is important to remember to enter “TRAV CARD” in the reason field on the expense report. This will alert A/P staff that the payment is for the corporate travel card so we can process the payment within the 72 hr turnaround. Also, when faxing receipts for travel expenses, please write TRAV CARD on the fax cover sheet.Without this information we will not be able to determine that the expenses pertain to the travel card and we would not be able to guarantee the 72 hr turnaround when requesting a reimbursement.
30Payment Net Training Module Again, the training links and additional information are located on your Welcome Page when you sign on to PaymentNet, so they will immediately be available to you.
31Resources http://ssc.jhu.edu/accountspayable/index.html Frequently asked questions regarding the JP Morgan Chase Travel Card and Travel Policies can be found on these websites.Frequently asked questions and the Travel Policies can be found on these webistes.
32Travel Card Administrator For company specific program information/inquiries for help with navigating within Payment Net contact:Dianne HartleyAccounts Payable Shared ServicesFor assistance with PaymentNet and the Travel Card please contact the Travel Card Administrator Dianne Hartley.
33ContactsQuestions concerning business travel and expense policies and procedures should be directed to:Phone: Customer Service Fax Server: or (For supporting documentation only) Fax : (Advance Recovery Form & Non-Employee expense reports)Website: Accounts Payable Shared Services Travel UnitI have also provided additional contact information for travel and business related expense.This concludes the JP Morgan Chase Travel Card Fast Fact Session.
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