Conferma Pay

the mobile virtual card number (VCN) tool

Conferma Pay is Conferma’s mobile VCN (Virtual Card Number) tool which gives

users visibility of their online purchase and VCNs used on-the-go.

WHY USE CONFERMA PAY?

Airlines, hotels, parking companies and other travel ancillary companies like reassurance of being shown card details with a booking confirmation but prior to payment. In the travel space, Conferma Pay connects issuers to more than 700 travel management companies, all the major global distribution systems and over 100 online booking tools. Conferma Pay is fully integrated with all the major card schemes and serves over 50 banking partners, who issue Conferma Pay-generated virtual cards in nearly 100 currencies.

Flexbile

Resend reservations on the move.

Agile

Photograph invoices and add to VCN data.

Secure

Virtual card numbers disappear after check-out.

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ONLINE TRAVEL BOOKING, BUT BETTER

With the Conferma Pay your travel bookers and travellers can access virtual card details to input into YourTrip to pay for business expenses such as hotels or prepaid airport parking.

Control

Remotely spend or approve card requests adhering to policy from your mobile or desktop

Ease

Free from your employees from paying for business expenses with their personal card or cash.

Visibility

Centrally reconciled enhanced data ready for your internal accounting systems.

 

TAKE THE HASSLE OUT OF BOOKING

YOUR TRAVEL

We understand that booking your travel can cost you, not only in money but also in time. Conferma Pay uses pioneering technology to allow your employees and non-carded one-off users to easily request cards from your existing virtual card account.

TOMORROWS TECHNOLOGY, TODAY

  Manage Spend Controls

  Snap receipts with spend alerts

  Use unique virtual cards for each business payment

  Pre-approve purpose, spend amount, date, job title and much more

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