How do I access the DiviPay rewards program?
DiviPay rewards can be accessed by team admins via the DiviPay web portal. Simply browse a reward and click for detail on how to redeem the offer.
How is the DiviPay rewards program different from my credit card points?
DiviPay rewards give you a real monetary value that you can use to save on popular tools and services that you already use in the day to day running of your business. Unlike your credit card points you are not rewarded based on spending volume, instead you will get access immediately after signing up to DiviPay to take advantage of the full suite of rewards on offer.
How do I redeem the DiviPay rewards?
DiviPay rewards are redeemed differently depending on the particular partner offer. Most commonly you will either be provided with a unique discount code to be applied when signing up to a partner product, or you will be reimbursed the reward amount as soon as an applicable transaction with the reward partner has occurred.
How does the Divipay virtual card work?
DiviPay’s virtual cards work the same way plastic cards do, the only difference is that the virtual cards live on your phone instead of your wallet. The DiviPay virtual Mastercard is a reloadable prepaid card that can be used anywhere online or in-store that Mastercard is accepted. To use your DiviPay cards you need to first have funds available in your DiviPay account.
Does DiviPay replace my corporate credit card program?
Yes, the DiviPay virtual card will replace your corporate credit card program. With DiviPay you can control your spending before it happens. Create budgets, control limits, make payments, review spending and automate reporting with DiviPay’s simple expense software.
Why should I choose DiviPay over my AMEX corporate card?
Unlike AMEX, DiviPay allows you to set granular spending controls on a card by card basis, while real time reporting and automatic expense categorisation saves you hours of administrative work. DiviPay also provides you with a budgeting tool to better understand and analyse your company’s spending.