This is a MasterCard ePayables credit card account provided by Dominion Energy’s bank to make a payment for an invoice or a group of invoices. The account number is valid for all payments made to a single supplier. Once the invoice is approved, the card is funded and the supplier is notified to process payment. The supplier submits the MasterCard account number in the same way as other MasterCard transactions to receive funds.
How is a MasterCard ePayables Account different from a Purchasing Card (P-card)?
Although both of these are MasterCard accounts, P-Cards are assigned to individual Dominion Energy cardholders and used on an ongoing basis for a variety of transactions. Departmental cardholders reconcile their P-Card transactions, and Dominion Energy Accounts Payable does not process invoices for payment. ePayables Mastercard Accounts are managed by Accounts Payable as a payment method only. They are used to pay approved invoices, whether tied to a purchase order or not. When an ePayables Mastercard is used for payment, the account is only valid for that specific payment, and once paid, is no longer available to be charged.
How does Dominion Energy determine which supplies are suitable for the MasterCard ePayables Account?
Good candidates for this payment method include suppliers that currently accept MasterCard (a requirement), suppliers that currently receive payments at least a few times per month, suppliers with average payments under $20,000, suppliers that do not currently offer early payment discounts, and suppliers with some electronic capability (email, spreadsheets). In addition, Dominion Energy is currently focusing on suppliers that can be converted from receiving checks and non-foreign suppliers.
What are the advantages to accepting a MasterCard ePayables Account as a payment method?
Faster payments and eliminating paper checks are the main advantages. Suppliers who participate with Dominion Energy will receive electronic payment notification as soon as invoices have been approved for payment whereas suppliers with other payment methods receive payments at the end of the payment term (usually 30 days from Dominion Energy’s receipt of the invoice or other negotiated terms).
How can a supplier participate in the MasterCard ePayables account?
If a supplier currently accepts MasterCard payments, simply complete the Supplier Enrollment Form and return to Dominion Energy. If you prefer, you may contact Dominion Energy Accounts Payable at 804-771-3865 and ask to speak to the ePayables Credit Card Administrator. If a supplier does not currently accept MasterCard, but would like to, they can speak with their bank.
Is there a maximum payment amount that can be made on the MasterCard ePayables account?
Currently, Dominion Energy has established $1,000,000 as the maximum payment amount. The maximum amount that may be charged by the supplier also depends on the supplier’s setup with their bank. Participating suppliers with large payment amounts should review their limits with their bank.
Supplier Specific Questions
How do I get the Card Account Information to charge?
In order to receive card account details safely, in the first remittance advice email you receive, please click on the “secure email” attachment (“securedoc.html”). This will take you to the secure email site registration page. You will need to enter your email address and create a password and security question and answer. Registration is a one-time process and takes just a minute or two. Once complete, you will be logged in and presented with the entire remittance details in your browser, including payment details, card account number and the card’s expiration date. A secure email with card information has been sent to the payment notification email address you provided. The secure email requires a one-time registration process where a login and password are established.
Two options are available to you for future payment notifications & remittance advices:
Secure Email: You can continue to receive secure emails. Secure emails contain payment information with the entire 16-digit account.
Non Secure Email: If you have the ability to store the card account information, you can choose to receive non-secure emails. Non-secure emails contain payment information with only the last 4 digits of the account.
I received an email with the account information, but the payment was declined. What do I do?
Review your troubleshooting guide sent with your “Welcome” email for possible causes and solutions. Possible causes include submitting transactions against deactivated accounts (wrong account number, account already charged), exceeding the Point of Sale (POS) device credit limits, and not submitting the transaction within the time period provided in the email. Contact the Dominion Energy ePayables Credit Card Administrator at email@example.com or call 804-771-3865.
My business requires that I use the CVV (3 digits on back of card) to process a credit card transaction. How do I get it?
For security reasons, Dominion Energy does not pass a Card Verification Value (CVV or CV2) in the payment notification email. Suppliers requiring this information should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
My business requires that I use the credit card billing address. How do I get it?
Refer to your supplier guide for this information.
I have not received payment as expected. Who should I contact?
You will receive an email from email@example.com. It will tell you that you have a secured email ready, and will contain a link to view the email. When you click on the link, you will be prompted for a password. Once you enter the correct password, the payment notification email will open. Only the designated recipient can open the email. The designated recipient is established between the supplier and Dominion Energy during enrollment and should be kept up to date as needed (personnel changes, etc.).
I lost my email or am not sure I received an email. What do I do?
First, check your email inbox again for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org, and make sure the email is not in your "junk mail" box. Also check your "deleted" box to see if you accidentally deleted the email. If you are sure you received an email but cannot locate it, contact the Dominion Energy ePayables Credit Card Administrator at 804-771-3865 or email email@example.com.
I cannot open my email. Who do I contact?
For security purposes, the email is encrypted and will require a password to open it. You will set this password the first time you receive an email and should use the same password each time. Keep your password in a secure place for future reference. Only the recipient of the firstname.lastname@example.org email will be able to access the payment notification email.
When I try to open the secured email, I get a message "Invalid Message ID." What does that mean?
It means the secured email has been deleted. Secured emails are deleted from the secured site either 48 hours after being opened or 14 days after being sent (if never opened). Contact the Dominion Energy ePayables Credit Card Administrator at 804-771-3865 or by email.
Will I be charged a fee to process transactions?
Interchange fees are standard in the credit card industry. They are established between merchants (you) and their acquirers (your financial institution). Dominion Energy has no influence over these fees and cannot provide guidance in how your fees are established. If you are concerned about fees, you should discuss them with your financial institution prior to enrolling in the program. Dominion Energy does not reimburse for any fees incurred as a result of accepting credit card transactions.
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