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Deloitte folks, do you know if the corp green Amex has accident insurance? (Car rental)..contd

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Amex will cover


Btw a $600 charge claim by the rental firm is prob a $60 dollar fix


Not sure if Amex will cover for personal rental .... Call Amex to get more details


Contact Amex they will take over


Hey... Are you with Deloitte?! If yes, I think Deloitte corporate agreement with zip car does cover insurance... Worth checking!


Not supposed to use the corp card for personal rentals even if you did pay it. Amex should cover but Uncle D will also know you violated expense policy.


As long as one keep the Amex account current (even with personal expenses) uncle D will have no issues


The worst part is the new expenses app in DTE, where a charts of transactions not expensed pops up


Had used the amex for a personal car rental at Zip car. I paid and cleared the amount as personal immediately. There was a scratch on the vehicle which I didn't notice and they are asking me to pay. I can pay the $600 odd and forget it at worst, but want to see about other options.

^ wow, if you have done it before, what's the fastest way to get it done? When I call amex what details will they need?

The rental was made with your Corp card? If so just tell the rental co to deal with Amex they will take it from there

Hmm, I'm not sure if they will. In their letter they said I have to work with my CC provider separately.

Yeah :/

What rental company, fuckin bullshit


@D3: why is there a 'clear as personal' on expenses then? I'm pretty sure you can use your amex and then pay out of your pocket.

Anyone else think that's violation of expense policy?

Read policy. There is a clear as personal for things like well being subsidy and charges that get added to your hotel that can't be expensed.

@D5: Just curious, what's the impact of not clearing them as a personal expense ?

^ If you don't clear it as personal then you have to expense it right? That's a clear violation.

Guys, corporate cards are never to be used for personal expenses. Period.

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