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MISC Rejection Invoice

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Created by Binbin D on 2010-07-26 03:15:17 Back to Topics

MISC Rejection Invoice

If we reject OAL's original billing (MISC invoice), how can we provide the information and values of 'Your Charge', 'We accept' in our Rejection Invoice?
Could you pls give us an xml example?
Replied by James S on 2010-07-26 06:48:09
Rejecting a misc invoice is fundamentally different than a pax or cargo invoice. There is no "your charge", "we accept", at least not part of the data structure.
 
Instead, you would simply bill the difference back as a line item (using the same charge category / code) and describe the reason for rejection in the details of that line item.
Replied by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2010-07-26 23:40:52
Please see the attachment. According to RAM, the Rejection Memo to Misc Billings has the fields of 'your charge' 'we accept'.
Sorry, I'm a bit confused.

From: SHANNON James
Posted: Monday, July 26, 2010 6:48 AM
Subject: MISC Rejection Invoice

Rejecting a misc invoice is fundamentally different than a pax or cargo invoice. There is no "your charge", "we accept", at least not part of the data structure.
 
Instead, you would simply bill the difference back as a line item (using the same charge category / code) and describe the reason for rejection in the details of that line item.
Replied by James S on 2010-07-28 03:18:03
Hi. Sorry for your confusion.
 
While you're right that this is the current rule in the RAM, very few carriers structure their Misc rejections in this way and it will be removed from the future version of A13.
 
Thus, you should create your Misc rejection as I detailed in my original reply.
 
Thanks.


 
 
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