Registration is immediate, and there is no cost to register. Several minutes after registering you should receive a Welcome Alert email with credentials that allow you to login.
A Carrier can register online, but we recommend that they sign a Carriers Master Agreement by an authorized representative of the Carrier.
Three (3) years, but most can be terminated at any time with a 90-day notice.
Fees are primarily transaction based, and are detailed in the Terms & Conditions of the online Registration Form.. There is a one-time initial set up fee, but no membership fees. There may also be some nominal internal costs involved in interfacing with the PayCargo System.
It is not necessary to do a full integration, but there may be some simple software connectors needed to allow interfacing. We can also interface via EDI, XML, CSV files or other methods.
Yes, if we are interfaced via EDI or other real-time method. We can also be near real-time using the batch upload via web services.
The PayCargo System can support single or multiple updates per day or real-time methods, depending on customer requirements.
The Carrier will receive e-Mail Alerts for Approved Transactions. Also, the Transaction status on the PayCargo website is changed from Pending to Approved. You can also run a Carrier Transaction Report.
The Carrier will receive e-Mail Alerts for any Disputed Transactions. Also, the Transaction will be marked Disputed. The Carrier can also run the Dispute Resolution Rate Report.
Yes, partial Shipper participation is permitted, but we do encourage as much participation as possible.
Notify your Shippers that you would like to add them to the PayCargo System and have them register and associate themselves to the carrier. Your PayCargo Sales Rep will be happy to work with you and your Shippers in completing the necessary registration online.
Only when the Shipper uses PayCargo Credit.
This is one of the payment options offered by the PayCargo System. Approval of the Shipper's Credit Application is required in order to utilize this payment method. Contact a PayCargo Sales Rep for more information.
Yes! PayCargo Credit is available for both Imports and Exports.
An ACH Credit will be sent to Carrier on the due date once the transaction is Approved by the Shipper.
Carrier Credit extended to a Shipper is managed entirely by the Carrier within the PayCargo System. Setup, changes, and deletions are handled by the Carrier. PayCargo personnel have read-only access to Carrier Credit and cannot make any changes to those credit terms.
The Carrier will update the Disputed Transaction with the correct information. The Carrier can also update his legacy system and the change will reflect in the PayCargo system on the next upload.
The Carrier must contact the Shipper and remind the Shipper that Payment is still Pending.
If a Transaction is Canceled, a new Transaction will need to be generated since duplicate transactions are not allowed. The Cancelled Transactions remain in the System's history.
No, the Shipper must contact the Carrier, and the Carrier can create a Manual Payment, but only if the payment is still in a Processing status.
Yes, by using the Freight Correction Tool within the system.
The Payment Due Date will automatically default to the following: For Inbound, Payment Due Date is Arrival Date (Payment Due Date may be extended based on credit terms, if applicable), For Outbound Payment Due Date is Departure Date (Payment Due Date may be extended based on credit terms, if applicable). However, Carrier and Shipper can agree on a different Payment Due Date that would override the default date.
Transaction status will change from Approved to Paid.
PayCargo recommends the "ACH Reconciliation Report".
Carrier has the option of returning the check or entering a Manual Payment in the System.
They could still enter a Manual Payment as long as it is still in the processing status.
Yes, it is the Carrier Cash Inflow Forecast Report.