In any business with multiple employees, the question ‘can I use the company’s credit card to make a payment’ is posed plenty of times. There is even a possibility that your business even has more than one card.
Hypervault lets you store the credit card information in a custom template, so you can easily share or withdraw access with an employee.
|The name of the person or entity that owns the credit card.
|The unique numerical identifier assigned to the credit card.
|The month and year that the credit card expires.
|The 3 or 4 digit code on the back of the credit card.
|The 4 digit pin code to approve transactions.
|The address where the credit card statement is mailed.
|The postal code associated with the billing address.
|The country associated with the billing address.
|The brand or type of credit card (e.g. Visa, Mastercard).
|The financial institution that issued the credit card.
|The maximum amount that can be charged to the credit card.
|A record of past transactions made with the credit card.
|Any additional notes or comments about the credit card.
|Keywords or labels used to categorize or organize the credit card information.