‘Payment types’ in Weel, refer to the different Weel products employees can use to make payments. This includes Cards (for both budgets and subscriptions), Bills to be able to make bill payments, and Reimbursements to be able to make reimbursements.
You can see which types of payments an employee has access too in the People Settings, under the column payment types.
To add or remove a payment type for a user:
Open the People page
Select the People tab
Select the relevant user to open the edit function
To add: Select the dropdown under What payment types can be used? and choose Bills and/or Cards and/or Reimbursements
To remove: Select the cross icon on Bills and/or Cards and/or Reimbursements under What payment types can be used?
Select Update to save
Note: It is possible for a user to be added to a budget and not have any payment types allocated. This results in the user not receiving a virtual Weel card. To resolve this, follow the above steps, and add the card payment type to the user. They will now have access to their virtual card.
What do Bills and Cards payment types mean?
Bills: if you have activated Bills for your account, you will be invoiced monthly as per our Bills pricing. If you have not activated Bills for your account, you will not be invoiced (even if the bills payment type remains in some or all user profiles).
Cards: Users will be issued a virtual card when they are added to budgets. This user will be a normal billable user as part of your Weel account.
No payment type: user will not have access to a Weel card, or the Bills function. There are no user fees attached when no payment types are selected.