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Comdata Cards

Posted: Nov 27, 2011 in: News & Updates With: 7 Comments

Paymax Carrier Services is pleased to announce that it now offers free Comdata Cards and Comcheks to clients. Trucking companies of all sizes can fax or email freight bills to Paymax and receive instant payments by Comchek or Comdata Card for the shipments they deliver. Free accounts are available at

Paymax expects the free fuel cards to be extremely popular. Trucking business owners can issue multiple cards to drivers and transfer payments to cards whenever they choose. Once funds are available on a card, the cardholder can use it to make purchases, withdraw cash, register Comcheks, or transfer funds to a checking account.

Comdata is widely known as the leading B2B payment solutions provider in trucking. Comdata Cards are the most popular fuel cards in the industry. There are currently more than 7 million cards in circulation which enable over $31 billion in transactions each year.

“Trucking is a cash intensive business. Business owners need a simple way to put cash where it’s needed.” said Paymax spokesman Michael Dobbie. “Our free Comdata Cards and Comcheks give Paymax clients the freedom to instantly move and receive cash with rock-solid security.”

About Paymax Carrier Services

Paymax Carrier Services is the commercial finance company for the transportation industry, offering instant freight bill payments and professional services to trucking businesses of all sizes. Its head offices are located just north of Houston in Humble, TX. For more information about Paymax Carrier Services call 800-991-4107 or visit

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Michael Dobbie
Paymax Carrier Services



  1. bruce said:

    Posted February 11, 2012 at 5:52 AM

    Love the blog

  2. Clarence Warlick said:

    Posted February 11, 2012 at 2:41 PM

    From what I’ve read so far sounds interesting… At present my company is in process of getting off the ground and becoming independent… I have my authority however I need to acquire insurance and my own tractor/trailer… all positive advice would be appreciated.

    • Paymax Client Services said:

      Posted February 13, 2012 at 1:33 PM

      Hi Clarence,

      Congratulations on your new trucking business! We work with businesses like yours every day and we would be happy to answer your questions and offer advice.

      Remember, it is never too early to call us! Our team is here to help you succeed.

      If you would like to discuss details about your new business, get in touch with us at 800-991-4107. We have solutions available that make it easier to start a profitable trucking business.

      We look forward to hearing from you soon!

  3. bsaylor said:

    Posted March 24, 2012 at 3:56 PM


    • Paymax Client Services said:

      Posted March 26, 2012 at 1:28 PM

      Yes you can!

      Our service can help trucking companies of all sizes. Many of our clients have started very successful businesses with 1 truck.

      We would be happy to help you. Just get in touch and we can get started today!

  4. MIKE JUSTICE said:

    Posted February 21, 2013 at 2:48 PM

    im in the process of starting a dispatch/freight loading service for owner operators and small fleet owners,with there own mc authority,can i recommend your company to them?

    • Paymax Client Services said:

      Posted February 21, 2013 at 2:57 PM

      Hi Mike,

      Congratulations on your new business! It would be our pleasure to help you and your clients. We work with startup and emerging businesses every day. Paymax is a great tool for owner-operators looking to get up and running under their own authority. Just let us know what we can do to help you!

      If you would like to learn more about how we can help please give us a call anytime!


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