When you need to ask for a refund, all you need to do is go to the transaction you would like to dispute, click “Dispute this transaction” and then we will work with you to get your refund back to your NachoCard. If you have canceled a NachoCard, you can still receive refunds back to … Read more
Yes! At NachoNacho, we offer physical cards as well that cost $15 to issue and ship.
It’s free! That’s right, you do not pay any additional fees to issue a NachoCard.
A NachoNacho account entails having access to charge a card and complete a financial transaction. Similar to when you open a business bank account or apply for insurance, NachoNacho’s verification process ensures that your experience and that of all our customers are safe, secure, and compliant with financial regulations.
NachoNacho uses bank-level security to protect your account credentials and details. All data storage is PCI compliant, and your account information is never ever shared with any third parties.
When creating a NachoCard, we ask users to input a ‘Billing Address’ for any vendors that may ask for a billing address when paying for a subscription. We recommend that you use your place of business as the ‘Billing Address’. For any companies that are outside of the US or Canada, we ask you to … Read more
It is important to understand the difference between ‘Canceling’ and ‘Suspending’ a NachoCard. ‘Canceling’ a NachoCard means that this card is no longer in use and will not be used in the future. This card can no longer be reactivated. Any Subscription attached to the card will need a new NachoCard in order to continue … Read more
Yes, a NachoCard can be used for multiple purchases. Users are able to set spending limits, expiration dates, while also being able to cancel a NachoCard at any time, the NachoCard was designed with a multipurpose functionality at its core. That said, as set up takes less than five minutes, NachoNacho recommends segmenting spend over … Read more