Lunchbox Posted July 9, 2007 Report Share Posted July 9, 2007 I have on several occasions had to use my personal credit card for company expenses while on the road (hotels, rental cars, etc.), although I've always been paid back. Having once gone broke/maxing out my card for these expenses, I've decided to refuse any future request to make my personal card available. I get the impression that this is a relatively common occurence for companies to expect personal cards be made available for such expenses (I don't include per diems in this, as I got to eat one way or another). Am I being reasonable in refusing, or am I just another of those whinny young pilots/engineers with a sense of entitlement? I've also heard of some 100hr guys given co-jo ferry time one-way, and being told to pay their own way home, as a 'favour' for the co-jo time. Is this common/reasonable? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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