Commerce Bank Travel Card

Link to Commerce Bank website

Follow this link to the Commerce Bank website.

Travel Card Application

Complete this fillable pdf in total, including authorizing signatures, and submit to the Business Office.

Travel Card Cardholder Training: Coding a Transaction

Adding the Coding, Purpose and Receipt to a Transaction

A click-through .pdf file with information on adding the FOAPAL coding, the business purpose, and the receipt
to credit card transactions.

Travel Card Cardholder Training: Preparing a Transaction Envelope

This click-through .pdf file shows how to prepare and submit your Transaction Envelope after the close of the credit card billing cycle.

Travel Card Approver Training: Envelope Review

Designed for Budget Managers, this click-through .pdf file goes through the steps of reviewing Commerce Bank credit card transactions and approving for them for payment.

 

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