Can you pay for the ATF eForm 1 tax stamp with a credit card that is different than the applicants name?

Would the payment method having a different name than the applicant be a potential issue for ATF eForm 1 applications?  According to the ATF, this isn't an issue, so you could use your spouses credit card, family members credit card, etc to pay for the tax stamp without any issues.  

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