If your business has employees or other trusted contacts, you can create and securely share a virtual debit card with those contacts to make purchases from your Found account.
In your Found account, tap the debit card icon on the Overview page.
Tap the Plus button in the top-right corner of the screen.
Give your card a name—we'll offer some suggestions in case you need them.
Tap the share button to send your card information securely to one of your contacts via SMS or email.
You're able to have a maximum of 10 virtual cards, in addition to your main Found debit card.
Can I get additional physical cards?
At this time, Found account holders are limited to one physical debit card. All additional cards are virtual and can be used for online purchases and in-person transactions through Apple and Google Pay.
Are my additional cardholders able to access my Found account?
Sharing virtual cards allows your trusted contacts to spend using your Found account balance, but they will not be able to access your account balance and history.
How can I keep tabs on my virtual card spending?
Just like with your primary debit card, you’ll receive real-time transaction alerts from Found when your virtual cards are used for purchases.
How do I disable a card?
Disabling a virtual card is easy, just tap the debit card icon in your Found account, choose the card you want to disable, and tap the menu icon in the top-right corner of the card. In this menu, you can lock a card to prevent it from being used or delete the card entirely.
Do I need to share my virtual cards?
Not at all! You can create virtual cards for your own personal use. For example, you can create a virtual card that you only use for paying for software subscription fees, or a card dedicated to foreign transactions. Not only does this help keep you organized, it also offers added security by not using your primary card details online.
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