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Discover does the same, virtual numbers that are limited to one merchant but not otherwise limited for time or a charge cap. I gather that the substantial majority of the CC industry has moved to that model now. The model of one-time-use numbers to protect against a merchant who might make recurring charges has been disappearing, since CC issuers don't really have an interest in doing that. (They'd rather let the merchant continue to charge and generate transaction fees, as long as it's not fraud.)

If you go back and look at the link I provided for Citi, you will see that you can also limit the dollar amount and time frame with each virtual number.

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