How Much Money Can I Put on My Prepaid Debit Card?
If you are in need of easy loans quick but want to make sure your money is safe, then a prepaid debit card from Speedy Cash is a great option for you. Having the money on a prepaid debit card is more secure than carrying around a lot of cash. If you aren’t getting a loan and are just interested in having a card for your money, the prepaid debit card is a handy tool. If you need to pay bills online with a card or if you're tired of bank fees and account minimums, a prepaid debit card may be the solution. You can put up to $9,500 on each of the opt+® prepaid debit cards offered through Speedy Cash. Between the three types of cards, there are different rates and load limits, all of which are based on the way that the card will be used.
The Pay As You Go card is ideal if you don't plan to use your card very often. Maybe you only plan to use it in emergency situations. There are small, $2 transaction fees whenever you use it. The load limit for this card is $2,500 per day.
The Monthly opt+ card is best if you plan to use your prepaid debit card more frequently. For instance, if you're getting a loan or only need the card short-term but plan to use it frequently, this is your card. It does have a monthly fee of $8, but there are fewer transaction fees. If you use your pin number or make a debit purchase, there is a $1 fee. If you use your signature, it's free. The load limit for this card is $2,500 per day.
The Direct Deposit prepaid debit card is best if you plan to have your paycheck or another type of regular income directly deposited onto your card. If you want to use the card long-term and continue to put money on it, this is the card for you. There isn't a charge for direct deposits and there are no transaction fees. The monthly fee is $5.95, but you can load $9,500 to it each day.
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