Flying J Credit Card

Flying J is the largest retail distributor of retail fuel in America with 270 branches even in six Canadian provinces.
In fact, it is among the top 20 in Forbes’ 500 Largest Private Companies in America with 2008 sales exceeding $18 billion. To further encourage consumer spending, it now offers loyalty cards that give clients rewards for their patronage. One of these cards is the Corporate Fleet MasterCard®, the first and only Flying J credit card.

The Flying J credit card is issued by the Transportation Alliance Bank (TAB). Application forms for the Flying J credit card can be obtained online or from Flying J Financial Service Representatives at select Flying J Travel Plazas. You can even choose to have them delivered to your doorstep by calling Flying J’s hotline. Once your application is approved, you can start getting your drivers their own Flying J credit card by accessing your online account and filling out the form that appears after clicking the Card Creation tab. Your new Flying J credit card will be mailed to you the following business day.

Although online banking services and bill payments are free, the following transaction fees are charged to your Flying J credit card. A cash advance fee of 3% of the amount is charged per transaction. An ATM surcharge of 1$ (TAB owned ATM) or 2$ (non-TAB owned ATM) is also charged. The Flying J credit card also has a 75$ annual fee and a 25$ overnight fee. When they provide you with an account research / balancing assistance, they’ll take 20$ off your account per hour and when you ask for copies of your account records, you’ll have to give 5$ per record. Late payments are charged 35$, returned payments 20$, returned convenience check 20$, cashier’s check 5$, and foreign checks 10$. Once you go over your credit limit, a 35$ fee will be automatically charged to your Flying J credit card account. Flying J also has a minimum finance charge of 1$.

The card is specifically designed for professional drivers who refuel on a daily basis and owner-operators who manage fleets. Enabling operators to manage their expenses with features like spending limits and cash advances, the Flying J credit card also allows operators to monitor and control all transactions with detailed data capturing at all pump stations for easy fuel tax reporting. Setting daily and weekly limits on a Flying J credit card can be done by accessing your account on-line and going to the Choose Card Maintenance icon under the Owner Operator tab. Being from MasterCard®, the Flying J card is accepted in over twenty million shops, banks, and ATMs worldwide.


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