On October 5, 2016 the Federal Reserve Banks integrated Service Charge Information (SCI) into the Account Management Information (AMI) application to better meet your billing requirements and improve your overall experience. Enhancements were also made to the monthly Statement of Services Charges and Billing data files.
Detailed information related to various aspects of this project is included below. We encourage you to bookmark this page for future reference.
We appreciate your support and look forward to continuing to provide you with efficient, high-quality payments services.
This transition will require all SCI Subscribers to have access to AMI in order to continue accessing Billing statements via the FedLine Web® access solution. There are currently two AMI access levels: Restricted and Non-Restricted. Both access levels provide access to most of the AMI features. However, users with the Restricted access level will not have access to the Collateral Reporting Service, ex-post Daylight Overdraft reports, and to some information customers may consider sensitive, such as memo post, net debit cap, and collateralized capacity totals on the View Daylight Overdraft Balance Activity and View Available Funds Balance Activity screens.
Both AMI access levels will provide access to the monthly Billing information and statements.
Data File Customers
Testing will be required for Data File customers. The testing environment will be available June 1 – July 15, 2016.
Non Data File Customers
To help you become familiar with the new features, you will be able to view the changes to the AMI application in the Depository Institution Test (DIT) environment. The testing environment will be available June 1 through implementation.
A separate communication will be provided to your End User Authorization Contacts (EUACs) outlining any action required by your organization to be able to test the application via the AMI DIT environment if you choose to do so.
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