Citi Benefits Handbook
If you do not use your Optum Financial payment card, and submit your claims using claim forms (via mail or fax) or submit your claims online for reimbursements, your reimbursements for eligible HCSA/LPSA and DCSA expenses will be deposited directly into your bank account if you have a direct deposit account on file. If not, a check will be sent to your address of record. To add direct deposit account information, visit the Optum Financial website, available through My Total Compensation and Benefits at www.totalcomponline.com.
If your HCSA or LPSA claim is denied, see "Claims and Appeals for the Health Care Spending Account (HCSA)/Limited Purpose Health Care Spending Account (LPSA)."
In the event that you use your Optum Financial payment card to pay for an expense that is determined to be an ineligible health care expense (due to lack of substantiation of the expense), you will be notified of the expense ineligibility within 90 days of the transaction date. You must agree to reimburse Citi within 75 days for any amount owed. In connection with amounts owed under the HCSA/LPSA that exceed $50, your payment card will be suspended until acceptable documentation (showing that the expense is eligible) or repayment is received. Upon approval of documentation or repayment, the card will be reactivated within 48 hours. If repayment or acceptable documentation is never received, the funds paid for an ineligible expense will be deemed taxable income, and the suspension on the payment card will be lifted at the start of the new calendar year.