Virtual Debit Cards
Use virtual debit cards to assign individual spending cards to remote employees, contractors, or vendors for online purchases.
What Are Virtual Debit Cards?
A virtual debit card is similar to a physical card but has unique advantages that help control spending and monitoring transactions. The cards can be created in seconds and destroyed just as quickly. A major advantage of a virtual debit card is being able to assign them to remote employees or an outside vendor for either a one time or recurring purchases. Employees can easily submit a purchase request and if approved by their supervisor, funds are made available on the card and can be used anywhere online where Mastercard is accepted.
How To Issue Virtual Debit Cards
Emburse virtual debit cards do not require any personal information except name and email address.
Virtual Debit Cards Features
- Assign to remote employees instantly
- Set budget, time & category restrictions
- Transfer funds instantly
- Capture receipts automatically
- Enable and disable cards with just one click
- Create and issue an unlimited number of cards
What Are the Benefits of Virtual Debit Cards?
- No need to share one corporate card
- No need to collect personal information
- No more overspending
- No need for employee reimbursements
- No receipts and paperwork
Assign cards using just a name and an email address. Require receipts after every purchase.
Virtual or Physical Cards
Order physical cards or create virtual cards which can immediately be used for online purchases.
Enforce Expense Policies
Enforce granular spending restrictions on each card for specific vendors, events, or employees.
Virtual card numbers are available immediately and can be used for online or
Security share a card with multiple people to enforce group budgets.
Enforce expense policies by requiring receipts after every purchase or after purchases over $75.
Review Transactions in Real-time
Review transactions in real-time and filter purchases by date, category, or card.
Export expenses to QuickBooks or download bank statements in .CSV, .OFX, or .PDF format.