The General Accounting Department is responsible for the review for accuracy and completeness of all online Direct Deposit and Credit Card Cash Reports.
The “Guidelines for Completing Direct Deposit and Credit Card Cash Reports” and “Guidelines for Transacting Credit Card Payments” standardize the way Cash Reports are prepared for Direct Deposit and Credit Card receipts. These guidelines are specific to Direct Deposit and Credit Card Cash Reports and may vary from those established by the Student Payment Center for cash and checks that you deposit through them at Thackeray Hall. You may contact the Student Payment Center staff at email@example.com to obtain instructions for cash and checks that you deposit through them at Thackeray Hall.
A Direct Depositor is one or more of the following:
Generally, the bank accounts affected by Direct Deposit and Credit Card activity are as follows:
Deposit or Credit Card Type
|Cash and checks||CID||Citizens|
|Cash, checks, e-checks, and Lockbox||GPN||PNC|
While some preparers complete the Cash Reports as required, many of the Cash Reports contain one or more errors.
The most common error is use of the incorrect Bank ID. In other words, the PRISM account number (Bank ID) does not agree to the bank account where the transaction occurred.
The following are other frequently observed problems or errors:
Corrections are a time-consuming problem that can be prevented if the preparer follows the “Guidelines for Completing Direct Deposit and Credit Card Cash Reports” and the “Guidelines for Transacting Credit Card Payments”.