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Virtual Payment Web Services

Automated payment for the insurance, warranty or travel industry

Travel consolidators, insurance and warranty companies are searching for easy-to-use tools that solve their payables pain points, such as limited payment authorization controls, and labor- and paper-intensive reconciliation processes.

U.S. Bank's virtual payment web services help you address these challenges by authorizing only approved expenses, promoting processing efficiencies and improving overall payment visibility and control.

  • Replace checks and paper-based processes with a real-time, 24/7 solution  
  • By leveraging single-use virtual accounts, you have complete control over amounts and timing and can support large volumes of activity while ensuring payments are accurate, timely and reconcilable
  • Interfaces with your existing systems using web service calls to create a seamless process

Virtual payment web services are available as part of Access Online and Commercial Payments Manager, giving you options tailored to fit your organization’s size and needs. 

Contact your U.S. Bank Relationship Manager to learn more about putting the power of virtual payments to work for you.

Claims Payment Solution

Optimize your claims payment systems

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U.S. Bank Commercial Payments Manager Mobile

Access anywhere, anytime, from any device

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Travel Booking Payment Solution

Optimize your travel booking payments

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Commercial Payments Manager

Consolidate card and expense management activities in one platform » more information »





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