How do corporate accounts work?

Corporate accounts allow a group of people to share payment and billing information. One master account serves as the billing contact, supplying the credit card, prepay balance, or invoicing for one or more order accounts.

The master account can access all of the transcripts, invoices and receipts for its subaccounts. Individual subaccounts can access only their own info and files.

The subaccounts work exactly like our standard accounts, except they cannot add or edit payment information. They can view partial information, such as card type and cardholder's name, in order to allow them to choose among the payment methods that the master account has supplied.