Meet the Virtual Visa Gift Card
A truly global reward option
for marketing, research and employee programs.
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How Virtual Visa Works
Watch this 1 min video to see how recipients receive a Virtual Visa card.
More Information About Virtual Visa Reward Cards
How does the recipient receive and use the Virtual Visa?
It’s a simple 3-step process:
Recipientreceives a Visa promo code and link to create a Visa cardholder account. Recipientredeems the promo code to create a Visa account and instantly receives a ready- to-useVisa Prepaid Card number.
- The Visa reward card can be used online, over the phone or for mail-in orders.
In which countries is Virtual Visa NOT accepted?
However, there are a few countries where Virtual Visa is not accepted: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burma (Myanmar), Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, Yemen, Zimbabwe.
In what currency is Virtual Visa issued?
We offer Virtual Visa in US Dollars (USD) and Canadian Dollars (CAD). We also offer Virtual MasterCard in Euros (EUR) and British Pounds (GBP). All virtual Visa cards and MasterCard work in an identical fashion. Purchases are made in the local currency and automatically converted to the currency of issue.
There are minor differences in country restrictions for CAD, EUR and GBP cards. Contact Us or log into your
How does currency conversion work?
A 2% transaction fee may be applied if the merchant settles the purchase transaction in a currency different from issuing currency. This fee is included in the final purchase charge applied to the Visa card.
Are there expiration dates?
Recipients have 4 months to register and redeem the Promo Code for a prepaid Virtual Visa card. After that, recipients have 7 months to spend the balance on the prepaid card.
Are there purchase restrictions?
Unless a merchant offers ‘split-tender’ the total order must be less than the card balance.
Additional currency programs are issued by Transact Payments Limited pursuant to license from Visa. Int. and MasterCard International Incorporated.