Credit card charges may be disputed by the customer and subsequently reversed by the credit card processor. There is an additional service charge assessed to the University at the time of reversal.
When a credit card charge is reversed, the University will reverse the receipt in the account to which it was originally applied. If this causes the account to become unpaid after the due date, applicable late charges will be added to the account.
The University receives notice from the credit card processor that a charge is reversed. The Accounting Department will pay the service charge from the cost center that pays the regular credit card service charges for the corresponding campus site.
The Accounting Department will notify the Cashier to reverse the original receipt from the account to which it was originally applied. The Cashier will also add any applicable late charges to the account.