Gray Line Worldwide Payment Instructions
To facilitate your payment please remit in US Dollars.
- should preferably be issued from a US bank account.
- Foreign checks delay recognition of receipt.
- $50.00 fee will be charged for any returned checks.
Gray Line Corporation
Attn: Accounting - Please do not insert employee names in the check.
P.O. Box 733789
Dallas, TX 75373-3789, USA
Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. American Express is not accepted.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org the following information
- Licensee name. If not a licensee, please reference the dba name used in communications with us.
- Invoice number/s being paid
- Exact name on the credit card
- Type of credit card
- Credit card number
- Expiration date
- CVV code
- Dollar amount you are authorizing us to charge to the credit card
- Please note: We will not charge any processing fees to you for paying with a credit card
We will keep your credit card information on file so that in future you can simply authorize a charge via email, without needing to send the information again.
If you would rather not email your credit card information please call +1 (720) 607-6700 to provide the requested information.
ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS to JP Morgan Chase Bank, Colorado, N. A., Denver, Colorado, USA
Name on the account: Gray Line Corporation
Account Number: 633632359
Wire/ABA Routing Number: 021000021
ACH Routing Number: 102001017
Swift Code: CHASUS33
Please provide either within the transfer itself or in a separate email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org reference to the invoice number/s you are paying and your licensee name (if not a licensee, please provide your business operating name if it is different from the name on your bank account.)
All international electronic transfer and foreign currency conversion fees are the responsibility of the payer. We can only consider an invoice paid in full when we receive the entire amount billed. Transfer fees reduce the amount we receive and create a short payment, unless added to the payment. For international transfers, please add a minimum of $25 to the total amount of payment, to cover the International Intermediary Bank fees. The IIB is a third-party bank that takes the money from your bank and forwards the funds to ours.
An exception: If you send funds from your bank account with Chase, CITI, Bank of America, or HSBC, you may be able to have your bank deduct these fees from the payment if they have an international intermediary branch and you instruct them to charge you for all the transfer fees. If your account is not in a bank like that, these fees need to be added to the payment. We cannot invoice you for these fees, since they are not assessed by us.
If you have any further questions on payments, please contact either Brian at email@example.com or Tarja at firstname.lastname@example.org.