Technicians should obtain a copy of the FS-135 from the TCIS Dashboard 730 Debit Cancellation
Summary Report whenever the Claims Details tab in Dashboard shows the reclamation
status as "FI Debited." For more information on when Treasury debits the FI's Federal
Reserve account, see GN 02408.645.
Treasury allows for FIs to submit a debit request against their Federal Reserve account
as a response to the FS-133. The Payment History tab within TCIS will reflect "FI
INITIATED DEBIT REQUEST." The FS-133 will reflect the FI initiated debit in the Disbursing
Office block on the back of the FS-133 and the information can also be found in the
TCIS Dashboard 740 Debit Cancellation Summary. Technicians should obtain a copy of
the FS-135 from the TCIS Dashboard 740 Debit Cancellation Summary Report and treat
these debits requests like an FI remittance.
Code the SSA-4208 with the amount reclaimed on the FS-135 to reduce the SPA and clear
See How to Complete Form SSA-4208 for Electronic Fund Transfer Reclamations SM 00609.865C. The SSA-4208 can be input via the MAMPSC Data Input
Page see SM 00609.850.
If we do not recover any portion of the outstanding credit, input a second SSA-4208
action to write-off the ARS control on the remaining outstanding payments.
REMINDER: Technicians should use the SSA-4208 to process a credit from the FS-133 and FS-135.
Only use MADCAP/ROAR to reduce or clear the SPA/BOUD if the prior SSA-4208 input was
coded incorrectly or there were missing E-stops.
For international reclamations, technicians can use the SSA-4208 to process a credit
from the FS-133 and FS-135 for cases that Alien Taxation does not apply. The SSA-4208
can also be used for international reclamations to process a write-off or to clear
ARS. If the initial SSA-4208 input was coded incorrectly, or if there was a missing
E-stop, the use of the OR sic maybe warranted. For partial recovery or no recovery
of International Reclamations, see GN 02408.945.
NOTE: All international reclamations should be forwarded to PC8.