Charge Account Authorizer Salary in District of Columbia - District Average

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Average Salary for Charge Account Authorizer in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Charge Account Authorizer in District of Columbia - District Average is $43,983.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Charge Account Authorizer in District of Columbia - District Average is $21.15.

The average bonus of a(n) Charge Account Authorizer in District of Columbia - District Average is $858.00.

Job Description:

Examines credit charges against customer's account and okays where appropriate. Checks customer's computerized credit record and payment history to approve or disapprove credit, based on predetermined standards. Receives credit application by mail, or receives information from salespeople or merchants over telephone. Verifies credit standing of customer and approves or disapproves credit, based on predetermined standards. May enter information into customer's record for billing purposes. May prepare credit cards or charge account plates. May have record responsibilities and mail charge statement to customer. Less

Examines credit charges against customer's account and okays where appropriate. Checks customer's computerized credit record and payment history to approve or disapprove credit, based on predetermined standards. Receives credit application by mail, or receives information from salespeople or merchants over... More

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