Prepaid MasterCard®

More Convenient
Than Cash

Prepaid MasterCard Card

Prepaid MasterCard. Simply the easier way to pay.

Our prepaid cards offer you convenience and control. You simply load a Debit Prepaid MasterCard with funds and use it for all the things you would normally use cash for - shopping, bill payments or everyday purchases. Of course, every card comes with MasterCard worldwide acceptance.

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Prepaid cards offer financial inclusion to millions of people. There is no need to open a savings account or pass a credit check to get a card. For making payments, cards are more secure than carrying cash which if lost or stolen is gone forever. They can also be used by banked customers to segment spend and shop online, or for customers who do not want to carry cash.

With a MasterCard® Reloadable Prepaid card, consumers can get access to direct deposit, add cash, receive funds electronically, get cash at ATMs around the world and use the card everywhere MasterCard cards are accepted — in stores and online. Cards can be reloaded in branch and online if cardholder is a bank customer.

What is a prepaid card?

A prepaid card is a payment card that can be loaded with money by you or someone else. You can then use the card to pay bills and make purchases at shops, by phone or over the internet. It's so easy - and more convenient and safer than cash*.

Which prepaid card is right for you?

From gift-giving to budgeting your money, there are many types of prepaid cards available for different purposes. You can use your prepaid card to make purchases wherever MasterCard or Cirrus cards are accepted.

What do I need to get a card?

You may need to provide proof of your identity and your address when applying for a prepaid reloadable card, but that's usually all. In most cases, everyone can get one and there are no credit checks.

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*A lost or stolen card can be stopped and the balance transferred to a replacement card. Terms & conditions apply. Contact your card issuer for details.

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