B2B/Purchasing Card Level
| Where is this feature?|
|1. ||Log In|
|2. ||Cart Settings|
|3. ||Payment/Gateway Settings|
|4. ||Gateway Specific Settings|
What is a purchasing card?
Purchasing cards are designed specifically for businesses. Employees throughout an organization may receive individual card accounts and use them to purchase small-dollar goods and services.
What do the different purchasing levels mean?
There are three levels, available on card purchases. Which level the cart uses varies by gateway. Any card-capable supplier can provide Level 1 data.
In general, the data available at each level includes:
- Cardholders name, account number
- Total dollar amount of purchase
- Level 1 data
- Sales Tax
- Purchase Order Number
- Level 2 data
- Ship-to/from postal codes
- Product code and description
Note: some merchant accounts may give better per transaction rates for orders processed at higher levels. Contact your merchant provider for information on your transaction rates.