Are you the first point of contact for your hotel guests?

You don't write letters, you send emails. On the go you are not using a phone booth, but your mobile. And cash is turning into plastic and plastic credit cards are turning into virtual cards. The usage of virtual cards is increasing especially among business travelers. Those you meet in your job!

We will get you ready for the future.

Customer satisfaction

Customer satisfaction

When it comes to payment, business travelers are often doing as advised by their company and their policies. Of course, they prefer having their stay paid through their company's account. Virtual cards make this possible in a secure and controlled way. Help make their lives easier by accepting their virtual cards. Do it! Virtual Cards: Accepted!

Smooth check-out

Smooth check-out

There is hardly anything more annoying than time spent waiting. And if payment is not smooth, trouble is sure to follow. With a fast payment process, you please not only the current customer but also the ones waiting in line. Do it! Virtual Cards: Accepted!

Be an expert

Be an expert

It's not hard to do a good job. But how to do an excellent job? Be up-to-date. Be informed. Be different. Virtual card usage is an increasing trend you will be confronted with sooner or later. And you can be the one knowing all about it. Do it! Virtual Cards: Accepted!

What are virtual cards all about?

The term virtual card sounds super fancy and sophisticated. But it's not. Actually, virtual cards are simply the digital version of a plastic card, just without the piece of plastic. Often it is a Mastercard® credit card with credit card number, expiry date and security code - everything you need for making a payment. Find out more:

How to accept a virtual card

A virtual card is simply the digital version of a plastic credit card. Understood. But how should this virtual card be handled? What shall you do if someone is handing you a paper print-out of a card number or a card displayed on a mobile phone? No worries. Maybe you already know how to handle card-not-present transactions. All questions are answered in the document below: