BRUINCARD TERMS & CONDITIONS

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BRUINCARDTM TERMS & CONDITIONS
Use of the Card: BruinCard is the property of the Regents of University of California, acting on behalf of its Los Angeles campus (“UCLA”, “University” or “BruinCard Center”), is
issued by UCLA to Cardholder only, and is non-transferable. Use of the BruinCard (sometimes referred to below as “Card”) may be revoked at University’s sole discretion for violation of
University policies and procedures. Faculty and staff must relinquish the card upon separation from the University. Access privileges of Card will be deactivated when student, faculty or
staff status is terminated. Card must be presented upon request at the time of use to obtain services or to establish official University status. Card is to be used only by the person to
whom it is issued. Only the Cardholder can present the Card for debit and other privileges. Card will be confiscated if presented by someone other than the Cardholder. Departments
may be issued Card for use by designated persons for UCLA Department debit privileges in accordance with University policies and procedures. There is no provision for signature on
the Card. Additional identification or signature may be required for certain purposes. There are no limitations on the number of times a Card may be used for purchases, so long as
Cardholder maintains an adequate balance in Cardholder’s account, except for limited – use cards issued for special events. Debit accounts may be used for purchases at locations
participating in the program. So long as Cardholder maintains an adequate account balance, there are no dollar limitations on purchases, except for special programs, limited - use
cards issued for special events and department cards. There are no limitations on the number of times a Card may be used for purchases, so long as Cardholder maintains an adequate
balance in Cardholder’s account, except for limited – use cards issued for special events. Debit accounts may be used for purchases at locations participating in the program. So long as
Cardholder maintains an adequate account balance, there are no dollar limitations on purchases, except for special programs, limited - use cards issued for special events and
department cards.
RULES PERTAINING TO CARDHOLDER ACCOUNTS SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
The debit feature of the Card is optional. Cardholder accounts will be activated upon initial deposit by Cardholder. Deposits may be made by cash, check, credit card or payroll
deduction. Check deposits may be in-person, by-mail or drop box at designated locations. Checks must be made payable to UC Regents. Credit card deposits may be in-person or bymail. Currency will only be accepted at University Value Transfer Stations. Credit vouchers from the UCLA Store, ASUCLA restaurants and off-campus merchants cannot be deposited
into BruinCard accounts. There will be no limit on the frequency of check, cash or credit card deposits. Any person who has more than three checks returned unpaid to the University will
be placed on a "Cash Only" basis (i.e. cash, credit card, cashier’s check, or money order) for all future transactions. Payroll deposits will occur on a bi-weekly or monthly interval.
Minimum payroll deductions will be $10 bi-weekly or $20 monthly. Funds will be immediately available for deposits made by cash, credit card, payroll deduction, and Internet. Deposits
made by check for a one-day total of $1,000.00 or more will be subject to a hold for 3 business days before funds are made available. Positive balances that remain on accounts for
faculty, staff and student Cardholders will carry forward to the next term or year. If a debit account is not active for six (6) months, positive balances may, at the University’s option, revert
to the University. Negative balances will be transferred to the Billing and Receivable System (BAR), and will remain the obligation of Cardholder. Balances will remain on limited - use
cards until card expiration date. Positive balances that remain on limited - use cards that have expired will revert to the University immediately. BruinCard account balances are noninterest bearing for cardholder. Accounts with balances of $25.00 or more may be closed by Cardholder at any time by filling out a “Refund Request to Close Account” form found at the
BruinCard Centers. Balances which remain on closed accounts will be transferred to BAR for processing. If there are charges on existing BAR accounts, they will be paid before
refunds are issued. Refunds will be issued by check or direct deposit (Bruin Direct) by the Student Accounting Office within five business days of transfer. Closed accounts may not be
reactivated for sixty (60) days. There will be no cash withdrawals or refunds from active BruinCard accounts. If payroll deduction deposits have been made in error, the BruinCard Center
will initiate debit entries to Cardholder accounts to effect appropriate adjustments against the prior credit made for the same payroll deduction. Returned checks will be transferred to
BAR for Cardholders with insufficient funds in their debit account to cover the amount of the check. Holds will be placed on student services consistent with the existing terms and
conditions of BAR. Returned checks and the $25.00 returned check fee will be reversed in the Cardholders debit account to the extent funds are available in the debit account. In any
event, returned check fees will remain the obligation of Cardholder. Cash refunds will not be issued for returned merchandise purchased with Card; instead, Card accounts will be
credited for the amount of the return. Merchandise must be returned to the location where goods and services were purchased. Receipts will be available for goods or services
purchased with Card at attended point-of-sale locations and for deposits made in-person. Monthly account statements will be mailed to the campus address of faculty and staff upon
request. They will be mailed to the mailing address of students and all other Cardholders upon request. Statements are also available in the BruinCard Centers.
Error Resolution: Errors on receipts or statements must be reported to a BruinCard Center no later than sixty (60) days after the error appears. Errors that are reported orally must
be followed by a written notification within ten (10) business days. Cardholder name, identification number, transaction description, transaction date and dollar amount must be provided
when errors are reported. The BruinCard Center will investigate recorded errors. The results of the investigation will ordinarily be made available within ten (10) business days of
notification; however, if the University determines that more time is needed to conduct the investigation, the investigation may take up to forty-five (45) business days. Errors will be
corrected within 24 hours of determination by the BruinCard Center and cardholders will be notified. If no error is found, a written explanation will be provided within three (3) business
days after the close of the investigation. Copies of any documentation considered by the University during the investigation will be provided upon written request. The University is not
responsible for resolution of disputes related to use of the BruinCard, including without limitation disputes regarding the cost or quality of goods or services purchased or sought to be
purchased utilizing the BruinCard.
Lost/Stolen or Unauthorized Card Usage: Lost or stolen cards must be reported immediately in-person at a BruinCard Center during business hours, or by telephone at (310)
206-3199, or Internet at www.bruincard.ucla.edu at any time 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Liability of Cardholder will not exceed $50.00 in unauthorized transfers if loss is reported
within 2 calendar days (48) hours of the loss or theft. Liability will not exceed $500.00 in unauthorized transfers if loss is reported within sixty (60) calendar days. If notification of loss
exceeds sixty (60) calendar days, the liability for unauthorized transfers is unlimited. The replacement fee for lost or stolen cards is $21.00. The fee for replacing damaged cards is
$6.00. A Card shall be considered damaged when, in the reasonable opinion of University, the Card is no longer useable for its intended purpose (cannot be read by Card reader, or
picture defaced). Replacement of a card that has expired or for which there is a change of status is free; but the old card must be presented in exchange otherwise there is a $21
charge. A police report does not waive the charge of $21 when replacing a stolen card. Payment to replace a lost or stolen card must be made with a check, credit card, money order or
funds on cardholder BruinCard debit account
Other Policies: If the BruinCard Center fails to complete a transfer to or from an account in accordance with this Agreement, the BruinCard Center will be liable for direct and
documented losses or damages that result from the error in an amount not to exceed the amount of the transfer. The University will not be liable if through no fault of the BruinCard
Center there are insufficient funds to complete a transfer, there is documented system failure or there are circumstances beyond the BruinCard Center’s control (such as fire, flood,
earthquake, civil disturbance, etc.) which prevent the transfer. Information regarding Cardholder’s account will not be provided to third parties unless required by applicable laws, in
compliance with court orders, or with the written permission of the Cardholder. The University will comply with all applicable laws regarding the use of information and stored images.
These terms and conditions are effective immediately when signed by a Cardholder and remain in effect until written notification of change is received by Cardholder from University.
Notification to Cardholder will be at least 21 calendar days prior to the effective date of the change. Cardholder can have only one BruinCard at a given time. BruinCard Center will
confiscate inactive and invalid Card.
BruinCard Terms and Conditions
I have read and I accept the BruinCard Terms and Conditions, which includes sections regarding use of the card, cardholder
account rules, error resolution, lost/stolen cards, unauthorized use of the card and other related University policies.
Name:_________________________________________
Print (Last, First, MI)
University ID Number________________________
(9 Digits)
Signature ____________________________________Date: ______________________
If this portion of the return document is not signed, no card will be produced for you.
Passport Photo: Please write your name and UCLA nine-digit identification number on the back of the standard color passport photograph using a
black felt tip pen. Mail signed forms and photos to: UCLA BruinCard Center, Box 951669, Kerckhoff Hall Rm. 123, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1669
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