Where is my virtual card? When will I receive it?

Where is my virtual card? When will I receive it?

If you're due to receive a virtual card, you will need to reach out to the organization that originally offered you the card. Virtual cards are usually created and issued at the request of the organization that offered them.

While we would love to be of assistance, our Cardholder Support team are only able to assist with issues regarding the day-to-day usage of the actual card. 

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