Setup for Single-Use Virtual Card
This guide describes your responsibilities to set up a single-use virtual card, part of Galileo’s Buy Now, Pay Later product.
Set up a credit program
Single-use virtual cards are treated as a credit product at Galileo. When you set up a credit product, you are adding a new program and a new BIN. You will need approval for the new BIN from both your bank partner and Mastercard. You can ask your Galileo representative to help you with your conversation with the network to avoid misunderstandings. Refer to the Setup Galileo Secured Credit for details on credit at Galileo.
Obtain a bank partner
Before you can use Galileo’s Buy Now Pay Later service, you must acquire a bank partner to sponsor your program. Your issuing bank may not support credit products. If this is the case, you will need to use a separate sponsor bank.
You may need to be PCI compliant if you plan to display virtual card information, like the PAN, to customers in the application and/or in their mobile wallet.
Loan underwriting process
Galileo does not provide underwriting. You determine the risk of underwriting each customer and how much the customer can afford to borrow. You can choose to set up underwriting in house or partner with a third-party underwriter to determine a cardholder has the correct qualifications.
Merchant credits and refunds
You are responsible for determining how to handle merchant credits and refunds. You may decide to pay merchant credits and refunds to the cardholder, apply them to the next installment loan, or some other solution.
You are responsible for setting up your own internal process to handle disputes. You may decide to integrate with Galileo’s disputes partner.
These internal parameters are set at Galileo according to your use case.
|SUVC||Product||Required to specify a single-use virtual card program for BNPL.|
|SUVCT||Product||The dollar amount threshold above which will be considered a consumer initiated transaction on a single use virtual card. Consumer initiated transactions below this threshold will be considered a preauthorization hold that will be followed by a second, larger transaction.|
|SUMTA||Product||Optional. The dollar amount threshold below which a transaction will be declined. Defaults to $50.|
|SUVCM||Product||Optional. Configures the transaction-matching method based on value. Values are: |
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