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Mango Prepaid Card

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Mango Prepaid Card’s Key Fees


Mango Prepaid Card’s Highlights

  • If you enroll in Mango's free Direct Deposit you can open a Savings Account with as little as $1 and get up to 6.00% APY. You can enjoy up to 6 free transfers out each month and can even transfer money from your prepaid card to your savings account with a simple text message.
  • You qualify as enrolling in FREE Direct Deposit Service when you complete two Direct Deposits totaling $50.00 within 90 days of opening your account. Your account will be credited within 30 days of full enrollment.
  • Get wireless alerts, and send money with a text message.
  • The money you have in your Mango prepaid card and in your savings account is FDIC-insured up to $250,000.
  • Your Mango Card also offers you MasterCard Zero Liability protection for fraudulent charges.

Mango Prepaid Card’s's Additional Info

  • RELOAD OPTIONS Direct Deposit, Western Union, GreenDot, Cash Reload
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Photo of Card H.
Dec 6, 2012
You should be able to manage your account here:
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I don't really understand the advantage of a prepaid card vs. having a bank account with a debit card, other than fees. You still need to report full information about yourself, including SS#, etc. and it seems more of a more

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Jul 18, 2013
Pre-paid cards are often a last resort - for instance if you cannot get a bank account and a debit card, a pre-paid card offers a way to still make online purchases.
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3.3 out of 5

223 reviews
Photo of Danielle P.
Jun 30, 2015
The Mango Prepaid card brings ease, convenience, and low risk to the market of prepaid cards. Unlike some of the other cards, such as mastercard’s accountnow, they protect you from fraudulent charges. As someone who does a lot of online shopping the high insurance as well as zero liability protection is a great comfort. Granted, some other prepaid cards offer this; however, the Mango Prepaid also has free and live customer service to go along with it.
Photo of Habib A.
Jun 11, 2015
On 5/31/15 My account somehow was compromised and Mango allowed over $1200 in fraudulent purchases of gift certificates to process at a local mall by someone using a cloned card. $300 Aldos $300 Victoria Secret $200 $Sunglasses Hut $200 Hollister $200 Express (ALL WITHIN 24hrs and with NO RED FLAG!!?? REALLY MANGO?) After filing a dispute with Mangos dispute dept M.Powerlink and waiting for an entire week with no funds, I recieved an email today that they've concluded that the charges were valid, would not be returning my $1200 and that I would need to contact each vendor where the purchases were made and resolve the issues myself.(WHAT BANK DOES more
Photo of Habib A.
Jun 27, 2015
After a long hard battle, I finally received a call from Mango, and they've decided to overturn their decision and refunded all of my money. I have now closed that account and am moving forward with my life. Thank you BBB, FTC.!!!
Photo of Shaun L.
May 14, 2015
The Mango Prepaid Card doesn't feel the ideal card for me. I much prefer credit cards that also gives you reward points and doesn't have any fees. I don't like the monthly fee and the ATM transaction fee.
Photo of Lindsay N.
Apr 28, 2015
The Mango Prepaid card seems like a good idea in theory. I like that you can open a savings account, make direct deposits and transfer money with a text message. I currently use an amazon rewards card and a PNC bank debit card and neither one of them have the ability to move money with a text message. I think that would be very convenient. However, the fees of the Mango card are majorly flawed. A $3 per month maintenance fee is a lot. I would be much more apt to pay a small yearly fee if I'm going to pay anything. I also think the ATM transaction fees are more
Photo of Malinda L.
Apr 28, 2015
This offer stinks to high heaven. Why should you pay fees to access your money?
Photo of Robert D.
Apr 25, 2015
Mango blocks your card after you make purchases over 250 dollars and you have to call and have it unblocked. It gets very irritating. I do not recommend this card.
Photo of Marilou D.
Apr 9, 2015
Today I closed my Mango Card and Mango Savings account. I was told I would receive a check in 2-4 WEEKS! Any other bank or financial institute would have said 3-5 business days.
Photo of Roberta L.
Apr 9, 2015
The Mango Prepaid Card is a good prepaid card. There are low ATM fees only two dollars. It also has a low monthly fee, and with direct deposit you can open a savings account with six percent interest. You get free direct deposit with just two small deposits in ninety days.The reload options are very conveniet you can reload it most places that do money transfers.
Photo of Brandon S.
Mar 26, 2015
The Mango Prepaid Card sounds like just a regular credit card. However, I really will never understand why people are willing to pay a monthly fee to use the card when there are tons of other ones that require no monthly fee. 6% is an okay rate, I suppose, but it could be better.
Photo of Crystal H.
Apr 26, 2015
Can you elaborate on a better rate than 6%? I've been looking and can't find a better APY.
Photo of Rhonda W.
Mar 10, 2015
I recently reviewed the Mango credit card. I like that there is no activation fee and that you can receive text and email reports for the activity of the card. I like that the minimum direct deposit is only $50 to activate the card. The $2.00 ATM fee is mildly reasonable, but would be more competitive if it were free. The fraud insurance is a good thing.
Photo of Timothy S.
Feb 23, 2015
I like a few of the features of this card, such as the fraud protection and the direct deposit feature, but I'm not terribly won over by the ATM fee or the monthly fee associated with this card. I like that they give you an option to open a savings account and 6% is a decent rate in today's economy. Overall I think this card is about average, but the features offered do make it a more attractive choice in the end. I think I may apply for this card and see if I like it after a few months.
Photo of Rena N.
Jan 10, 2015
Incompetent employees in the Phillipines. No management or anyone with power to solve problems.
Photo of Alexander B.
Dec 27, 2014
Well I used to love my mango card, then they stole the $360 in the account and closed it without telling me. They literally stole it, they won't even give me a copy of my account statements because they'd indicate that my balance was stolen. I can prove this too, I started recording phone calls with them after a while.
Photo of Penny N.
Dec 18, 2014
I think this is a decent card, but it does not replace a checking account by any means. There is a monthly charge (granted it is $3) that banks simply do not have. There is also a $2 ATM fee which can add up very quickly if you need to pull cash out multiple times a month. It is insured though up to $250,000 which is great and there is a free service to reload money onto it. However, what if you lose the card? Does Mango insure your money against that as well? Again, a checking account is definitely preferable but this will do in a pinch.
Photo of Kim F.
Jul 13, 2015
Bank of America charged me $12 a month for my account. PLUS $2.50 for using an out of network ATM. PLUS overdraft fees up the arse! I would stay away from BANK OF AMERICA! If you cannot get a normal checking account, this card does seem like a good alternative, I will be passing simply because of the negative customer service reviews though.
Photo of Arianna R.
Nov 25, 2014
The mango prepaid card is a pretty good card. There is no activation fee. I don't like the fact that there is a 3.00 monthly fee and a 2.00 atm transaction fee. It does have it to where there is no cost for direct deposit. That is a good thing as well. This prepaid card is FDIC insured up to 250,00 so that would give me a peace of mind in case something happens.
Photo of Yasmina R.
Nov 7, 2014
I like The Mango prepaid card because it offers free direct deposit after depositing $50 dollars in the account and also because they give you 6.00% APY. Also your money is insured by FDCI for up to 250,000. Another good thing about this prepaid card is that it functions as a little bank without paying more service fees. For example, Mango Prepaid card only charges you $3 dollars a month which is a good choice against bank fees of $15 a month and is less in monthly fees, compared to other prepaid cards that charge $5 dollars. I recommend it.
Photo of Ryne V.
Oct 10, 2014
Mango seems like it would be a great service. Unfortunately, I opened an account three weeks ago and STILL have not received my card. This angers me more than anything because I have a direct deposit going into it in a couple of days that I desperately need. It angers me even more because I called Monday and they told me it would be here within a few days. Now it's Friday and they told me it wouldn't be until next week before I receive the card. I asked if there was anyway they could mail it using express mail so I could get it by the time my paycheck more
Photo of Justus J.
Oct 10, 2014
The Mango Prepaid Card is a great card in my opinion. It enables someone with any credit history or even bad credit to enjoy some benefit that a cardholder would, like being able to shop online or setup a bill pay. They do charge you a fee if your don't load $500 a month but its minimal. Other prepaid cards such as AccountNow will charge you a fee per transaction. I recommend this card for those needed access to a Card but unable to secure credit.
Photo of Timothy P.
Sep 12, 2014
I like the idea of a prepaid card, because once the money is used up you just plain don't have it. That way you can avoid overdraft fees, or spending too much on a credit card. I also like the fraud protection that comes with this card. As i understand it, this is not always a usual for prepaid cards, and so that is nice. However, I don't like the fees for balance inquires.
Photo of Franky F.
Aug 12, 2014
This card isn't that bad compared to what most people say. I actually like it, mainly because it comes with a zero liability fraud protection by Master Card. I have another prepaid card that does not offer this kind of added protection and this is something that someone like me could use mainly for having out of town expenditures. I don't mind that it also comes with a bit bigger monthly fee, but for the protection it offers, I think this is absolutely worth it.
Photo of Jami B.
Jul 22, 2014
I like the Mango Prepaid Card because the fees to use and own it are not high at all. I currently have a Walmart Prepaid Visa that I use. The monthly fee isn't much, but with the Mango Prepaid I could have the fee waived simply by loading $500 per calendar month, which would be easy to do with the direct deposit feature. I also really like that I can transfer money into my savings with a text message. I think this is a very good card.
Photo of Da J.
Jul 3, 2014
Smh def will not have them for long. Horrible communication
Photo of Dakota W.
Jun 30, 2014
This is a prepaid card, not a traditional credit card. However, this particular prepaid offers some benefits that many of the others do not. For example, this comes with a zero liability fraud protection by master card. Many prepaid credit cards do not offer this sort of protection. However, this comes at a larger monthly fee than many of its competitors, but the extra peace of mind offered by the Mango prepaid card by MasterCard is worth it.
Photo of Bianca H.
Jun 4, 2014
This is a good card for people who can't or don't want to, for whatever reason, open a checking or savings account. This is a prepaid card, not a credit card. There will be a fee no matter what ATM you use, but there is no fee for pin transactions. If you sign up for direct deposit, you can open a savings account for as little as $1. Again, if you have bad credit or bad relationships with credit unions or banks, this is one of the only ways you'll be able to get a savings account. There are no fees for direct deposit if you have at least 2 more
Photo of Aaron B.
May 22, 2014
The Mango Prepaid Card has some good features and some not so good ones. A couple things that appear to be good are that you can get wireless alerts of purchases, your money is insured by the FDIC for up to $250,000, and you have zero liability protection against fraudulent charges. On the downside you have a $5 monthly maintenance fee unless you load $500 each calendar month, you have to pay a $0.50 fee for both live and automated customer support, and there is a $10 cancellation fee if you decide to stop using it. Seeing as there aren't really any overwhelming perks, I don't know why instead you more
Photo of Brian P.
May 20, 2014
The Mango Prepaid Card has great benefits like live customer support, MasterCard Zero liability protection for fraud charges, and my favorite plus about the card is that I don't need to have a traditional bank card or checking account, which is really convenient for me. I used to have a Journey Student Rewards card because I'm in college but ever since the switch to this card I've saved a lot of time and rebuild a little bit of my credit. 4 stars.
Photo of Robert M.
Apr 14, 2014
The Mango Prepaid Card is just that, a Prepaid card. It has a $5 fee on it unless you deposit 500 dollars per month on it which isn't too bad of a fee per se. However, the APR% on it is really nice, it's 13.99% to 19.99% which is very low, but then again it is a prepaid card and not a credit card so this functions as a debit card. The card's account does have direct deposit options which are very useful for me, too. Overall I'd give this 3 and a half stars.
Photo of Emma L.
Feb 12, 2014
The Mango Prepaid Mastercard is a great alternative to a bank debit card for easy cash access. The free direct deposit option is a great way to load funds. I feel that the $2 ATM fee is a bit high. The Mango Card lets me book hotels and flights without having a checking account through a traditional bank. Since I am rebuilding my credit, this is very helpful for me!
Photo of Skye H.
Jan 16, 2014
This is a pretty standard card. The Mango Prepaid Mastercard does not go above and beyond anything. There are no special perks it offers, and doesn't have an appeal that would make you want to use it more than any other card. It's nice for those who don't want to have a bank account, but otherwise, I wouldn't recommend it to those with one.
Photo of Christian T.
Jan 6, 2014
The Mango Prepaid Card seems to have much more to offer than other prepaid cards, like the PNC SmartAccess Card. The RentSafe feature seems particularly interesting to me. This looks like a card that I might consider some time soon!
Photo of Mark D.
Dec 16, 2013
The Mango Prepaid Card seems pretty nice when compared to my Chase Sapphire Preferred Card, but I'm not sure I would abandon mine for it. I enjoy that most aspects of the card do not cost money, but the monthly fee really hurts, because loading $500 a month isn't always the easiest thing to do -- especially when things are tight around the holidays. No activation fee is great, but the cancellation fee scares me. But with no inactivity fee there's no reason to cancel. Wireless and text alerts are a great feature that I would use almost daily!
Photo of Laura L.
Dec 12, 2013
Overall, I think the Mango prepaid card is a nice card. I do not like being charged for the balance inquiry but as long as you keep a book that shouldn't be an issue and my Payoneer card also charges for balance inquiries so it is common. Also, they only require $500 a month to be loaded onto the card which is perfect for my PT job. I would recommend this card to people who perhaps don't have/want a bank account but need to make online transactions.
Photo of Chelsea M.
Dec 12, 2013
The Mango Prepaid Card is a great card in my opinion. It enables someone with any credit history or even bad credit to enjoy some benefit that a cardholder would, like being able to shop online or setup a bill pay. They do charge you a fee if your don't load $500 a month but its minimal. Other prepaid cards such as AccountNow will charge you a fee per transaction. I recommend this card for those needed access to a Card but unable to secure credit.
Photo of Lindsay K.
Dec 9, 2013
The Mango Prepaid Card seems like a really great credit card for someone who
doesn't have a lot of credit experience. The option to prepay on the card is a
great way to learn how to pay the bill each month (and to build some credit history).
While there is a small fee ($5) if you don't load at least $500 a month, it is very nominal
compared to my Capital One Visa. They charge me a $12 monthly fee which I find
a bit high. I also love that your money is FDIC insured. That's a huge plus! Some find the
extra charges to be a negative, but I realize that is more
Photo of Jason B.
Dec 3, 2013
As a prepaid card the Mango Prepaid Card really misses the mark for me. I find it much more acceptable to pay fees on cards that are lending you money, but having to pay to check your balance and contact customer support just has the potential to add up. Its a decent card if you're okay with those terms, but generally speaking they fall short of the standards set by many of their competitors.
Photo of Joseph G.
Nov 28, 2013
The Mango prepaid comes in with a lot of hidden charges. To start off, $0.5 for enquiry and customer support is absolutely ridiculous. I wonder where on earth are these people! There are far more banks that offer fantastic services. I have been using the prepaid and debit cards linked to my salary account that comes in with lots of features like unlimited free transfers, including IMPS, $0 balance in the account for unlimited time. Though it would be a far fetched idea to expect such offers from an ordinary account, its ridiculous to pay for customer support or pay charges for maintaining the minimum balance for less than $500. more
Photo of Andrew H.
Nov 24, 2013
The Mango prepaid card does have some perks with but also seems to have a lot of hidden fees. Some things I like about it would be it offers good protection from fraudulent charges which is always good to have now days, and also offers RentSafe which can help you replace your belongings in case of a fire, or theft. Some things I don't find very appealing is just to cancel your card you have to pay a 10 dollar cancellation fee which is just crazy! Also you get charged 2.00 dollars every time you use an atm and that's not evening including the whatever the atm charges also. I more
Photo of Katie C.
Nov 15, 2013
The Mango Prepaid Card seems like it has a ton of hidden fees. I think you would be better off opening an account at a credit union or bank and getting a debit card. There may not be an activation fee, but a $10 fee to close your account – you’ve got to be kidding me! Plus $2 to take cash out of any ATM (on top of any fees the ATM charges) and a $5 a month fee for the privilege of having the card (if you don’t have at least a $500 direct deposit). Avoid all of these fees and just go to the local bank down the more
Photo of Gregory S.
Nov 6, 2013
The benefits of the Mango Prepaid Card are pretty neat. It's a good card for people who get their paycheck deposited electronically because there isn't a monthly fee if you get $500/month loaded onto your Mango account. I like the fact that there isn't an activation fee and credit and debit transactions are free. As a comparison, the Ace Elite Prepaid Debit Card doesn't have an activation fee but you have to pay $1 for credit transactions and $2 for debit transactions. One thing that I don't like about the Mango card is the $2 fee for ATM withdrawals because each ATM already has a $1-$2 fee. Also, I don't more
Photo of Richard T.
Nov 2, 2013
The only real redeeming value I can find for the Mango Prepaid card is that it allows you access to Mango's saving account which apparently offer 6% APY on your money, which is high above the average level of interest at the moment. However, the card itself seems mediocre. You will get nickle and dimed for everything you do with the card short of straight transactions. Want to use an ATM, any ATM? There's a fee. Check your balance? Fee (even for using the automated system!). Don't load at least $500 onto the card in a month? Fee. There's even a fee to cancel the card if you get sick more
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