Virtual Credit Card
Comdata’s virtual credit card program allows you to deliver payments electronically using a secure, single-use Mastercard account number. Like a check, these payments are for single-use-processing by a single vendor for a speciﬁc amount, but the virtual card saves you the cost and hassle of printing and mailing paper checks.
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Pay vendors electronically using a secure, single-use Mastercard number
Send the Exact Payment
Comdata assigns a virtual Mastercard account number for the speciﬁed dollar amount with detailed remittance information, including your system-generated payment number.
Leverage Existing Vendor Pay Cycle
Use existing vendor pay credit and billing cycles to extend DPO without changing terms with your vendors.
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