When Participants Can Expect Their Cards

Written by Aimee Reynard
Updated 1 year ago

When you are enrolled in a plan for the first time or using a card that is about to expire, it is important to be at ease and understand when Participants can expect their card to arrive in the mail.  

  • If a card is set to expire, a new card is typically issued 30 days prior to the expiration date.
  • Cards should arrive at the address of record within 7-10 business days of the mailing date and will activate upon first swipe.   It’s important to keep your address updated so a card is not sent to the wrong address.
  • Cards are valid for 5 years from time of issuance.
  • Cards will arrive in an unmarked envelope which can be easily overlooked when it arrives in the mail so please keep an eye out for the card. 
Note: Even without cards in hand, employees can start to incur expenses. If they have any expenses incurred prior to receiving the cards, they should save their itemized receipts and can easily submit those for reimbursement via manual claims. We have an extremely streamlined claims process, which allows for processing to take place within 2-3 business days of receipt. We can reimburse the employee directly via direct deposit and we even offer direct pay to provider options as well.

To submit a request for reimbursement, employees should complete the following steps:

1. Visit  myameriflex.com

2. Click Log In To Your Account.

3. Select Participants.

Note: For this step, select HSA Participants if you have an HSA.

The site will prompt the employee to create an online account. When their account is created, they can submit requests for reimbursement on their own by following these instructions.

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