The University recognizes that the ability to accept credit card payments is necessary for modern e-commerce.
Units will see the Primary Gift linked to the Named Professorship. When Gifts are linked to Named Professorships, the Gift Worktag gets a new “tab” on the Worktag landing page which will allow users to navigate back and forth between Gift and Named Professorship. This does not impact any accounting functionality; it's just to aid in navigation.
It generally takes 2-4 business days for the credit card payments fully process and get to Bank of America.
If you do not see the transaction right away, you will likely see it in a few days. If after 5 business days, you still are not seeing the Ad Hoc Bank Transactions, you can reach out to email@example.com.
Merchant Account transactions get batched together at the end of the day for each device, so you will not see the individual transactions or details on your Ad Hoc Bank Transaction.
Credit Card Transaction online
The process for getting revenue into the University starts with a point-of-sale system. When a transaction is started in a point-of-sale system, that system contacts a payment processor to verify the payment. The payment processors for UVA are AMEX and Elavon. When the payment processor is contacted about a payment, they check with the credit card company (e.g, Visa, Discoverer, Mastercard (Elavon) & AMEX) to confirm the payment. The credit card companies respond with an “approve” or “deny” message, which is sent back to the point-of-sale system.
Please use the attached COI form as indicated in the policy.
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Slides for the Account Certification in Workday course.
The slides for this course cover the key tasks that may be sent to you for approval as a Cost Center Manager and the details that need to be reviewed before determining if a request should be approved
This Quick Reference Guide (QRG) is designed to walk a Cost Center (CC) Manager through the approval process in Workday. By the end of this QRG, you will know how to review and approve transactions specific to a Cost Center Manager.
These course slides cover creating a Miscellaneous Payment Request and submitting it for approval, changing or canceling the request, if needed, and understanding the reporting capabilities for viewing petty cash requests.
See Policy FIN-001: Determining if an Award is a Gift or Sponsored Project
A Gift is defined as: an irrevocable transfer of assets (cash, stock, gifts, etc.) to the done such that the donor can exercise no further control over it and does not have expectation of any contractual requirements or potential benefits. To be tax deductible it must be donated to an organization recognized as charitable by the IRS (a 501(c) (3) corp).
University Foundations can use UVA Fund’s services to collect and process gifts and donations as the funds do not belong to the University, they are deposited into Foundation bank accounts. If the monies the event is collecting are University funds, deposited into University revenue projects, then UVA Fund cannot function as a processor for your event (see Policy FIN-016: Receiving and Depositing Cash and Other Monetary Instruments) as the funds are required to be deposited directly into University Bank Accounts.
The Payment Card Industry has addressed access to cardholder data through the Standards and identify what screening that potential employees must pass in order to gain access to cardholder data including reports. This standard is required for EMPLOYEES and recommended even if the employee is a cashier and exposed to one card at a time.
12.7 Screen potential personnel prior to hire to minimize the risk of attacks from internal sources. (Examples of background checks include previous employment history, criminal record, credit history, and reference checks.)
At Elavon, the credit is processed and submitted to the bank along with the settlement.
Per Visa and MasterCard Regulations, the Bank has up to 30 days to apply a credit/refund to their cardholder’s account. This is not something that we can control.
Credit card purchases, unlike purchases made with cash or a check come with the right by the Cardholder to question any amount billed to their account. These rights of dispute are provided under the Fair Credit Billing Act. What this means for a merchant is that charges that you took in good faith may end up being reversed for a number of reasons.
State guidelines require that supporting documentation is maintained for three years plus the current year (see University Records Management). The complete cardholder account number and security code need to be eliminated from any document as soon as there is no business need for the information (within 90 Days [PCI]). You may retain a maximum of the first six and the last four digits of the account number with the documentation for the record retention period, but never the Security code (CVV2).