Application must be typed
Reference: Page one of attached (the bank application):
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1). Fill out all fillable fields on the JPMChase Application (page one). Do Not sign or date application or make any entries other than entries in the fillable fields. You can tab from one fillable field to the next. Make no changes to page one (the application itself).
2). Section 2 of page one, line two, is your department name
3). Section 4 you may choose your own account security answers
4) When printed, some hidden information will print out. This is how the application is designed
Reference: Pages 2-4, ISU information
5) Read, review and sign (on page 4) the rest of the material after printing out all pages. Your supervisor must also sign and ate the application
6). The bank is very specific about the format of the application and the accuracy of your information. They check your information for accuracy. If your application isn't complete and correct, you may have to complete another application. The Federal government requires complete and correct information from the bank.
Fleet Card Application (Word)
FAX ALL APPLICATIONS TO 3599 DO NOT EMAIL
Limit change requests (cycle limits) must be sent from your Supervisor to Ernie Kramer in Purchasing. New cycle limit amount must be included in email. Your card will initially be assigned limits of $1,000 per purchase and $3,000 per cycle.
If you are changing departments you must first cancel your old card by coming to the Purchasing Department Office, then you may request a new card by clicking on the "Procurement Card Application" link above.
Indiana State University uses MCC codes to increase the security of our credit card program. Virtually all codes for purchases which would be authorized by the University are included in the above MCC codes. Some vendors may have an incorrect MCC code.
Transaction rejections are typically not due to an MCC code conflict, but to incorrect information entered by the vendor or cardholder. If you have a transaction rejected, call the 800 number on the back of the card first and find out why it was rejected. Remember, you need to give your 991 number, not your social security number, if the bank asks for your social security number to identify you.