FOOTNOTE 110 In accordance with U.S. Treasury Financial Manual Announcement No. A-2012-02, the U.S. Treasury will reject credit card transactions greater than $49,999.99 from a single credit card in a single day. This includes online transactions conducted via Pay.gov, transactions conducted via other channels, and direct-over-the counter transactions made at a U.S. Government facility. Individual credit card transactions larger than the $49,999.99 limit may not be split into multiple transactions using the same credit card, whether or not the split transactions are assigned to multiple days. Splitting a transaction violates card network and Financial Management Service (FMS) rules. However, credit card transactions exceeding the daily limit may be split between two or more different credit cards. Other alternatives for transactions exceeding the $49,999.99 credit card limit include payment by check, electronic debit from your bank account, and wire transfer. END FOOTNOTE
FOOTNOTE 111 In accordance with U.S. Treasury Financial Manual Announcement No. A-2012-02, the maximum dollar-value limit for debit card transactions will be eliminated. It should also be noted that only Visa and MasterCard branded debit cards are accepted by Pay.gov. END FOOTNOTE
2. Receiving Bank for Wire Payments
53. The receiving bank for all wire payments is the Federal Reserve Bank, New York, New York (TREAS NYC). When making a wire transfer, regulatees must fax a copy of their Fee Filer generated Form 159-E to U.S. Bank, St. Louis, Missouri at (314) 418-4232 at least one hour before initiating the wire transfer (but on the same business day) so as not to delay crediting their account. Regulatees should discuss arrangements (including bank closing schedules) with their bankers several days before they plan to make the wire transfer to allow sufficient time for the transfer to be initiated and completed before the deadline. Complete instructions for making wire payments are posted at http://transition.fcc.gov/fees/wiretran.html.
3. De Minimis Regulatory Fees
54. Regulatees whose total FY 2013 regulatory fee liability, including all categories of fees for which payment is due, is less than $10 are exempted from payment of FY 2013 regulatory fees.
4. Two Additional Fee Categories Will Be Established as Bills in FY 2013
55. Presently, the Commission establishes bills for a select group of regulatory fee categories: ITSPs, Geostationary (GSO) and Non-Geostationary (NGSO) satellite space station licensees, /112/ holders of Cable Television Relay Service (CARS) licenses, and Earth Station licensees. /113/ In FY 2009, the Commission stopped sending hardcopy bills to licensees, and made them electronically available in Fee Filer, the Commission's electronic filing and payment system. During the FY 2013 regulatory fee collection period, the Commission will expand its number of billing categories to include BRS/LMDS and Television Stations. There will be no change in the procedures of how BRS/LMDS and television station licensees view and pay their regulatory fees. The only noticeable difference will be that a bill number will be associated with each record for the BRS/LMDS and television station fee categories. This bill number will enable the Commission to determine more quickly those entities that have not paid their FY 2013 regulatory fees. This initiative is part of the Commission's effort to streamline and expedite the process of regulatory fee collection and accounting.