Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card

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Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card
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Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card's Key Fees

  • ACTIVATION FEE None
  • MONTHLY FEE $4.95; Free if you load $500 or more in a month
  • SIGNATURE TRANSACTION FEE Free
  • PIN TRANSACTION FEE Free
  • ATM TRANSACTION FEE 1 free ATM withdrawal per calendar month -- thereafter, $1.95 per withdrawal

Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card's Highlights

  • Free to purchase and activate.
  • No monthly fee with at least $500 load/transaction cycle.
  • Worldwide Acceptance.
  • Funds safe from loss or theft.

Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card's Additional Info

  • LIVE CUSTOMER SUPPORT Free
  • AUTOMATED CUSTOMER SUPPORT Free
  • RELOAD OPTIONS Direct Deposit, Western Union
  • CANCELLATION FEE Free
  • INACTIVITY FEE Free

Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card Reviews

 
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Aug 20, 2012
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THIS IS A GREAT CARD, BUT THERE ARE NO BRANCHES THAT ARE CLOSE.
May 11, 2012
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So I’ve taken a look at the other big-bank prepaid cards on the market (i.e. the Amex and Chase prepaid cards) so it’s time to see what the Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card brings to the table. At first glance, it appears to be a hybrid of the GreenDot Prepaid Card and the American Express Prepaid Card. If you aren’t quite sure what that tells you about the Capital One Prepaid MasterCard, it will become clearer after one of my patented pro/con lists. Pros - Free Stuff: A lot of the things that other prepaid cards charge for, like customer service, inactivity, activation, etc., are free with the Capital One more
Oct 18, 2011
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Prepaid cards appear to be the next big thing, but unless something changes, this Capital One MasterCard Prepaid Card might miss the boat. I’ve looked into a few prepaid cards now and the Capital One card certainly does not offer the best terms. While the $500 you are required to deposit each month in order to avoid a monthly fee is lower than the minimum deposit requirements of either the Account Now Prepaid Card or the GreenDot Prepaid Card, you only get one free ATM withdrawal each month. After that, it’s going to cost $1.95 a pop to access your own money. Compare this to the fact that with GreenDot’s more
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