American Express vPayment Facilitator Sample Clauses

American Express vPayment Facilitator. If Company chooses to use a third party to act as its agent to facilitate use of an American Express vPayment Account (“American Express vPayment Facilitator”), Company agrees to complete and have executed all documentation required by American Express. Upon approval by American Express of such American Express vPayment Facilitator, American Express will work with the American Express vPayment Facilitator to implement and use the American Express vPayment Account on behalf of the Company. Company acknowledges and agrees that the American Express vPayment Facilitator is the Company’s agent acting on its behalf at its request and the Company is liable for all transactions initiated by the American Express vPayment Facilitator using the American Express vPayment Account. American Express Global Corporate Payments Agreement in Australia – Company FEE SCHEDULE* – AUSTRALIA (AUD) (GST exclusive) Corporate Products Fees# Late Payment Charge Foreign Currency Conversion Commission Annual Card Fees (figure in brackets denotes number of Cards issued) Dishonoured or Returned Payments American Express Corporate Card (Green) & American Express Qantas Corporate Card (Green) The greater of A$30 or 3% of the outstanding balance 3% (1 – 19) $70 (20 – 99) $50 (100 – 249) $40 (250 – 499) $35 (500 +) $0 $6 American Express Corporate Card (Gold) & American Express Qantas Corporate Card (Gold) The greater of A$30 or 3% of the outstanding balance 3% Incremental fee @ $35 per Card $6 American Express Corporate Card (Platinum) American Express Qantas Corporate Card (Platinum) The greater of A$30 or 3% of the outstanding balance 3% $800 $1200 $6 American Express Business Travel Account (BTA) The greater of A$10 or 3% of the outstanding balance 3% N/A $6 American Express Corporate Purchasing Card (CPC) The greater of A$30 or 3% of the outstanding balance 3% (1 – 9) $60 (10 – 19) $45 (20 – 99) $33 (100 – 249) $30 (250 – 499) $24 (500+) $15 $6 American Express Corporate Meeting Card (CMC) The greater of A$30 or 3% of the outstanding balance 3% (1 – 9) $60 (10 – 19) $45 (20 – 99) $33 (100 – 249) $30 (250 – 499) $24 (500 +) $15 $6 American Express vPayment The greater of A$30 or 3% of the outstanding balance 1% N/A $20 * Various service related fees may be charged if you elect additional services from us. Any such fees will be disclosed to you at the time of accepting the service. # All fees are GST exclusive. Conditions P7 of 7 americanexpress.com.au/cs American Express Australia Limite...

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