We can help you identify lost or misdirected checks and wire transfers. Just follow these simple steps.

Look for outstanding receipts

If you believe that a payment has been submitted to MIT’s Cashier Services for one of your invoices, but credit has not appeared in the appropriate cost center, internal order, or project, email wire-transfers@mit.edu immediately. Provide the name of the party making the payment, the dollar amount, the approximate date of the payment, and the MIT account number into which the payment should be transferred.

Review Unidentified Payments List

If we are unable to track down the rightful owner of a payment, our Cashier Services staff will include it on our list of unidentified payments. If you are able to assist us in identifying any mystery payments on this list, we will enter you into a monthly drawing for $25.00 in TechCASH.

The Details

Look for outstanding receipts

If you believe that a payment has been submitted to MIT’s Cashier Services for one of your invoices, but credit has not appeared in the appropriate cost center, internal order, or project, email wire-transfers@mit.edu immediately. Provide the name of the party making the payment, the dollar amount, the approximate date of the payment, and the MIT account number into which the payment should be transferred.

Review Unidentified Payments List

If we are unable to track down the rightful owner of a payment, our Cashier Services staff will include it on our list of unidentified payments. If you are able to assist us in identifying any mystery payments on this list, we will enter you into a monthly drawing for $25.00 in TechCASH.

Did You Know?

VPF Accounts Receivable (AR) generates monthly aging reports to identify invoices that are overdue for payment and initiates collection activities for bills that are more than 60 days late.
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