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When to Consider Using a Secondary Card Processor
Companies add secondary card processors to optimize their card programs and add redundancy. In this blog, we explain how they're used and when to consider adding a secondary card processor.
How to Evaluate a Card Issuing Partner
Finding a long-term card issuing partner can be difficult. This guide covers how to evaluate providers and what to look for in a long-term partner.
Questions to Ask Your Virtual Card Provider
It’s worthwhile to ask your processor a few key questions to make sure they’re the right virtual card provider for you going forward.
Card Programs: Managed Program vs. Processor Only
In this guide, we explain the differences in responsibilities and resources between a managed card program and managing your own program.
Fintech Regulations and Compliance: State Regulators
State regulators have the most impact on fintechs. In this guide, we explain how to navigate state regulations and interact with state regulators.
4 Virtual Card Use Cases in the Online Travel Industry
In this blog, we explore 4 ways that online travel agencies (OTAs) use virtual cards to make their payments more flexible, scalable, and cost-effective.
How Online Travel Agencies Use Virtual Cards to Simplify and Scale Payments
Managing payments can be complex and inefficient for online travel agencies. Discover how OTAs are using virtual cards to simplify and scale payments.
Explainer on Fintech AML Requirements
AML laws require fintechs to have programs and tools in place to detect/prevent money laundering. This explainer helps you navigate what’s needed.
Fintech Guide to Chargeback Management
This guide is designed to help fintech founders understand the intricacies of chargebacks and how to build a strategy to manage them effectively.
Gift Card Requirements and Promo Card Rules
Gift cards and promotional cards are like prepaid cards that come pre-loaded with a specific amount of money. These cards can be either closed-loop or open-loop.