When you create a Norton Privacy virtual card, the amount of the card is charged to your funding source in Apple Pay, which is your personal credit or debit card. Therefore, “Virtual Card” will show up as the merchant for all Norton Privacy virtual cards created.
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- How do I use Norton Privacy virtual credit cards?
- Do the virtual cards work worldwide?
- How do I pay for virtual credit cards?
- How much do virtual cards cost?
- Are there limits on the virtual cards?
- What transaction information shows on my Apple Pay funding source?
- Why does my virtual card already have a billing address assigned?
- What name and billing address can I use on my virtual card?
- How do I refund my virtual card balance?
- Is the service fee refundable on a virtual card?