Compile and verify credit-card data from vouchers and other records.
What does a Credit-Card Clerk do?
Compiles and verifies credit-card data from vouchers and other records and computes charges and payments due to establishment to keep records of hotel credit-card transactions: Compares charges on vouchers with audit tape to detect errors and corrects faulty vouchers. Sorts and combines vouchers and other credit transaction records by individual card-issuing firm. Computes totals, discounts, net charges, and amounts due, using calculator and adding machine, and posts to account journals. Prepares invoices for payment by card-issuing firms.