When you first set up virtual numbers, I'll ask you to choose a default credit card. This card will be used as the payment account for all the purchases you make with your virtual numbers.
When I pop up at checkout, sign in to your account and follow the steps you'll see there. Or, you can always click on my avatar in the top-right corner of your browser, sign in, and choose "Create."
No way–that'd be a lot to keep track of! I've got you covered. Click on your avatar in the top-left corner of your browser extension. Choose "Manage All" in the menu. I'll take you to your Capital One "Settings." Then, click on "Virtual Card Numbers" to see all of your virtual numbers in one place.
Yep! If the merchant accepts credit cards, you can set up your virtual number to pay recurring transactions, including bills.
No, clicking on the virtual number will take you to your "Virtual Card Numbers" settings.
Yep! You'll get purchase notifications whenever your virtual number is used, just like you do with your actual card.
It depends. Some merchants can find your tickets by using your email address, name, or the last four digits of the virtual number. Others will need a physical card to retrieve your tickets. I recommend printing your tickets at home, so you can skip the line and get right to your event!
No. Virtual numbers are merchant-specific.
Virtual numbers can only be used for online purchases. I'd recommend that you don't store or write down your virtual numbers anywhere else, to keep that info safe.
To drag and drop a virtual number or virtual CVV number, move your mouse cursor over the virtual number, press and hold down your mouse button, move your mouse to where you want your virtual number to go, and release the button to set it down. You'll be all set!
Yep–as long as your authorized user has a personal Capital One credit card account, they can sign up and create virtual numbers with me.
If you return something you purchased online to a physical store location, you'll need the receipt so the merchant can find your purchase in their system. If you return your purchase through mail, follow the instructions from the merchant. You'll see the refund reflected on your default credit card account.
Yes–your spending limit is determined by the credit limit on the default credit card you link to your virtual numbers.