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Amount Owed: How To Make A Repayment

In the event of an amount being owed back to your account.  You can quickly make the repayment through your secure online portal.  While the electronic method is the quickest and most secure, there is also a manual method for making repayments.

*If we have determined something to be ineligible as per IRS regulations and an amount owed has been generated, then you may locate the official INELIGIBLE EXPENSE NOTIFICATION in your STATEMENTS & NOTIFICATIONS section.  

 

ELECTRONIC METHOD

Step 1:  When a repayment is due, a message will appear on your HOME page in the MESSAGE CENTER.  Click directly on the message to continue.

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Step 2:  From the REPAYMENTS page,  select the REPAY link to the right of the expense.

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Step 3:  The REPAY page assists in setting up the EFT (electronic funds transfer) from your personal checking account.  If you are already signed up for direct deposit, or if you have added your bank account previously,  your account information will be visible in the REPAYMENT FROM section.  If you have not yet added your personal checking account, you may do so by clicking the ADD BANK ACCOUNT link.  The REPAYMENT ON date is when the transfer will be initiated.  Click the REPAY button to confirm and complete the repayment process.  When the transfer completes the funds will be applied to your available balance.

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MANUAL METHOD

If you are unable to make the repayment electronically, then you may always send in a check.  To do this, you will have to include the INELIGIBLE EXPENSE NOTIFICATION from your STATEMENTS & NOTIFICATIONS section along with your check.  Instructions for sending in a check are included on the notification.

You can mail the check to the following address:

24HourFlex Attn: Repayment Dept
7100 E Belleview Ave, Suite 300
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

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