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How To Buy A Prepaid Visa Card [EXCLUSIVE]


The all-purpose Visa Prepaid card is a reloadable prepaid card that you can use to withdraw cash, pay bills, or make purchases at participating retailers and service providers, in-person or online. You can fund the reloadable Visa Prepaid card through a variety of ways, such as through direct deposit or with cash at a participating retail location.




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You can withdraw cash in several ways. A convenient, fee-free way is to request cash back during check out at grocery stores. Most grocery stores provides free cash back when you use a Visa Prepaid card. Ask the store associate beforehand, to make sure. Additionally, you can withdraw money from participating ATMs. Please check with your card issuer regarding ATM withdrawal fees. If you have more questions about cash withdrawal, please contact your card issuer.


The methods for adding money to a prepaid card vary from card to card. But generally, the options include adding cash at a retail register (often for a fee), adding funds by using an app to make a mobile check deposit, and by direct deposit, card-to-card transfer and bank transfer.


The Visa Gift card is an ideal choice for birthdays, holidays, weddings, and suits all your gift-giving needs. It's also perfect for people of all ages. You decide how much money to give; they decide where to spend it.


The Visa Gift card is a prepaid card welcome everywhere Visa cards are accepted. Visa Gift cards are loaded with a set amount of funds and can be used for multiple purchases for as long as value remains on the card. Giving a Visa Gift card puts the power of choice in the hands of your friends and family.


The activation process is determined by the provider of your card, so you will need to follow the instructions provided with your card. Many Visa Gift cards are activated automatically upon purchase and may be used immediately. However, some Visa Gift cards must be activated by the recipient before they can be used.


Look for the initial balance in the card materials that come with your card at the time you receive it. These card materials provide important information, including the terms and conditions for using your card, so please read them carefully before using the card. If your card does not come with these materials, you should contact the financial institution that issued the card. Most issuers also offer web site access, a toll-free number, or instructions on the back of the card.


If your card has expired and there is a remaining balance of funds on the card, you may wish to receive a new card. Some issuers also offer the ability to receive remaining funds via cheque. If you have a balance on your expired card, contact the financial institution that issued your card or refer to your cardholder material to learn how to order a new card or a cheque. Issuers may charge a fee for this service.


If a merchant cancels a purchase transaction for you, it may take three to seven business days for the cancellation to show up on your Visa Gift card record and for the funds to be credited to your card and available for use. Check the balance on your card, either online or by phone, to see when your cancelled purchase transaction has been processed. Refer to the back of your card for the web site address/phone number of the financial institution that issued your card.


Yes. You can use your Visa Gift card anywhere Visa cards are accepted. Just always ensure that the remaining balance on your card will cover the amount of your planned purchases. If the remaining balance doesn't cover the entire transaction, let the merchant know how much funds you have remaining. The merchant may split the transaction and allow you to pay for part of the purchase using your Gift card, and then the remaining part of the purchase with another form of payment such as credit, debit or cash.


To make a purchase greater than the balance on your Visa Gift card, a merchant may accept a second payment method (credit card, debit card, cash or cheque) to cover the difference if their policy allows.


In case you need to return any items purchased with your Visa Gift card, be sure to save your Visa Gift card even after the balance is depleted. You will be asked to present this card when returning items purchased with the card. If the merchant's return policy allows for refunds, the value of the returned goods will be credited back to the card within three to seven business days of the return.


You should not use your Visa Gift card for recurring bill payments, such as your monthly telephone or cable bill. For recurring bill payment transactions please use your Visa Credit, Visa Debit or Visa Reloadable Prepaid cards instead. By doing so, you reduce the risk of using a Visa Gift card that has expired or has insufficient funds available.


Yes. However, you should be aware that restaurants and hotels factor in an automatic tip or other incidental expenses when authorizing your purchase transaction. If the total purchase amount including the estimated tip exceeds the amount available on your card, your card may be declined. If you think this will happen, inform the merchant in advance how much to deduct from your Visa Gift card and which second payment method (credit card, debit card, cash or cheque) you want to use to cover the difference.


Yes. Your Visa Gift card is intended for use anywhere Visa cards are accepted. To make an online or phone purchase, you will need to register your card. You can do this by either calling the provider, or by visiting their website.


Your teens and student can use the SmartAccess card to help with developing money management skills and budgeting. They can conveniently use the card for shopping online and in store purchases. If your teen or student works, they can load funds to the card or have their paycheck directly deposited.


Depending on where you get your prepaid debit card, you may need to deposit the initial balance, plus pay a small fee for the cost of the card. For example, if you want to start with $500 loaded on the card and it comes with a $2.50 fee, you would need to pay $502.50 total. Opening and reload fees vary between cards, so be sure to read the fine print before loading.


Some card issuers require you to register your prepaid card with personal information like your name, address and Social Security number. This adds a layer of security for accessing features like reloading the card or using an ATM.


Once the card is fully activated, you can use your prepaid debit card much like any other credit or debit card. You can generally swipe or use the EMV chip of your prepaid card at any location that accepts debit cards.


Some issuers may sell their prepaid cards online or at retailers like drug stores and grocery stores. Prepaid Visa debit cards from banks or credit unions are often available either in branch or online.


Activated, chip-enabled GO2bank card required to purchase eGift Cards. Active GO2bank account required to receive eGift Cards, eGift Card merchants subject to change, as well as the percentage of cash back from each merchant. See Deposit Account Agreement for details.


Mobile check deposit: Active personalized card, limits and other requirements apply. Additional customer verification may be required. Mobile check cashing: Ingo Money is a service provided by First Century Bank, N.A. and Ingo Money, Inc., subject to the First Century Bank and Ingo Money Terms & Conditions, and Privacy Policy. Visit -terms-conditions/ for complete details. Limits apply.


Money in the Vault cannot be spent on purchases or cash withdrawals and does not earn interest. To access and spend the money you have set aside, simply transfer it from your Vault back to your card. You may only transfer money in or out of the Vault 20 times per day. Card balance limits apply.


Opt-in required. Account must be in good standing and chip-enabled debit card activated to opt-in. Initial and ongoing eligible direct deposits are required for overdraft coverage. Additional criteria may apply which can affect your eligibility and your overdraft coverage. Overdrafts are paid at our discretion. Overdraft fees may cause your account to be overdrawn by an amount that is greater than your overdraft coverage. A $15 fee may apply to each eligible purchase transaction that brings your account negative. Balance must be brought to at least $0 within 24 hours of authorization of the first transaction that overdraws your account to avoid a fee. Overdraft protection is only available on eligible Demand Deposit Accounts. Log in to your account and refer to your Account Agreement to check feature availability.


Opt-in required. Account must be in good standing and chip-enabled debit card activated to opt-in. Initial and ongoing eligible direct deposits are required for overdraft coverage. Additional criteria may apply which can affect your eligibility and your overdraft coverage. Overdrafts are paid at our discretion. Overdraft fees may cause your account to be overdrawn by an amount that is greater than your overdraft coverage. A $15 fee may apply to each eligible purchase transaction that brings your account negative. Balance must be brought to at least $0 within 24 hours of authorization of the first transaction that overdraws your account to avoid a fee. Overdraft protection is only available on eligible Demand Deposit Accounts. Log into your account and refer to your Account Agreement to check feature availability.


Green Dot Cards are issued by Green Dot Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A., Inc. GO2bank card issued by GO2bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A., Inc. Visa is a registered trademark of Visa International Service Association. Green Dot Bank also operates under the following registered trade names: GO2bank, GoBank and Bonneville Bank. These registered trade names are used by, and refer to, a single FDIC-insured bank, Green Dot Bank. Deposits under any of these trade names are deposits with Green Dot Bank and are aggregated for deposit insurance coverage up to the allowable limits. 041b061a72


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