The website of Shipito, a U.S. parcel forwarding service provider, recently appeared to advertise a partnership with US Unlocked, a virtual credit card that also partnered with OPAS Forwarding a few years back.
US Unlocked’s virtual card issuance platform has been around for a long time and has been doing what it is now, which is quite formal and mature. The virtual card has a U.S. billing address, can be verified by AVS address for purchases on U.S. e-commerce platforms, is a debit card level, is designed for non-U.S. payments, and can only be used for payments on U.S. websites.
US Unlocked registration process is simple, email verification can be, you need to upload personal identification information. All the legitimate virtual card platforms require user authentication to prevent credit card fraud. You can upload your ID or passport for authentication.
You will then be asked to enter your address, but there is no requirement to upload a proof of address document, after which you can just submit it for review, which takes a few seconds.
The back-end interface is relatively simple and friendly, providing detailed consumption billing details.
Create a virtual card with a minimum recharge amount of $50, support for bank transfers, Alipay, WeChat payments, the initial membership fee is $15, recharge fees 4%-5%.
The US Unlocked card issuance platform is divided into a One-Time Use Card and Merchant. There are two types of Specific Cards.
- The One-Time Use Card is a one-time use, so tap the Refresh button for a new card number when you’re done.
- Merchant Specific Cards allows you to create cards, set amounts, and open cards as needed. The card can be issued in the minimum denomination of $1. The card can be valid for one time, one month, or one year. The card can be opened in bulk, and the balance can be changed and canceled at any time.