||There are Three ways to use The Cash
- Locate a Truck Stop with a Comdata Scanner. You
may have to ask the Clerk if they have a Comdata Scanner.
Flying J Truckstops do not accept Comchecks. Tell the Clerk that
you re using a Comdata Cash Card, and how much money you would
like to receive. The clerk will scan the card and verify
any necessary information. A Receipt will be printed by
the Truckstop Terminal detailing your purchases and any cash
received. The process works just like a regular credit
card purchase in most instances. Do not give out you PIN
number to a person for any reason. Also be sure to save
the receipt as it will be your record of fuel and fuel related
purchases that were made.
- You can dial the telephone number on the back
of your card and request a Comcheck. This requires that
you have blank Comcheck in your possession. This is an
automated system and you will be communicating with a Computer.
All responses are entered on the telephone keypad. This is what
a Comcheck looks Like: You will be required to enter your Card
Number and you PIN. You will also be asked for the amount
of the Comcheck. Remember, Dollar entries are made without
a decimal point, $100 would be entered as 10000 #. The
Amount you request will be immediately deducted from your
Comdata Account. If you ask for more than is is your
account the transaction will not be completed. Finally you will
be asked to enter the Check number which is in the upper right
hand corner. After a short wait the computer will respond ,
"your transaction is complete". Your Comcheck is now
valid for the amount requested and can be used just like a
- Your Card can also be used at the CIRRUS ATM
Machines that are Nationwide. Place your card in the slot
and enter your PIN when requested. Please be aware of
two issues when using the CIRRUS Network, there will be an
additional charge by the bank that placed the ATM and possibly
by a Clearing Bank in addition to any Comdata Charges involved.
Also, unauthorized use of your card will not be refunded.
to go back to the Question