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RushCard with Pay As You Go Plan

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RushCard with Pay As You Go Plan’s Key Fees

  • ACTIVATION FEE $3.95 - $9.95

RushCard with Pay As You Go Plan’s Highlights

  • $1.00 for each PIN or signature transaction capped at $10.00 each calendar month
  • No ATM fees at over 23,000 MoneyPass® ATMs
  • Withdrawals at out-of-network ATMs are $2.50 each
  • Transfer money between your own RushCards. It’s free.
  • Get your payroll or government benefits check cashed and loaded to your RushCard at any participating Walmart. You can choose to deposit your entire check or just part of it.
  • The One-Time Card Fee is based on the plastic design requested and ranges between $3.95 - $9.95

RushCard with Pay As You Go Plan’s's Additional Info

  • RELOAD OPTIONS Direct Deposit, Cash Reload, Bank Transfer, Check Reload
  • INACTIVITY FEE $1.95/month after 90 days of inactivity
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RushCard with Pay As You Go Plan Reviews

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Jun 19, 2012
Photo of Michael W.
Jun 19, 2012
I have been using the rush card for about a year and everything is going good.It is a good way to keep your money safe.I also like the $5 referral bonus I get when I refer someone and they signup for the card.What really attracted me to rush card is the no minimum balance feature and there is also no monthly fees.But there is a $1 fee for each transaction.Again the card is great way to make online purchases.It is very simple to use and the design of the cards is very attractive. You can track all your transactions online which is very convenient.This card is very helpful if for more
May 17, 2012
Photo of Margie C.
May 17, 2012
This is Russell Simmons’ card isn’t it? He’s like the celebrity prepaid card pioneer, seeing as Lil Wayne, Suze Orman, the Kardashians, entered the fray after him. But is the first the best or is the first the worst? That depends on the BabyPhat Prepaid Card’s fees, as I’ve come to learn, it always does with prepaid cards. So why don’t we make a little fee oriented pro/con list to see if the BabyPhat Card is worth getting?


- No Monthly Fee: That’s more than a lot of prepaid cards can say, but while the monthly fee is an important charge to consider, you really need to look at the fees more
Jan 20, 2012
Photo of Joe W.
Jan 20, 2012
Maybe I’m not Russell Simmons’ target audience, but I’m not sure I’d get a financial product with “Baby Phat” in its name (especially when fat is spelled with a “ph). I know this is Simmon’s clothing brand, but still. Anyway, let’s give the BabyPhat Prepaid Visa RushCard a fair shake. The primary thing you want to look at when evaluating a prepaid card is its fees, especially in terms of how they relate to your intended usage. The most important fees are generally those that are fixed (i.e. you can’t get around them based on strategic account management) and fees for ATM withdrawal (you’re going to want access to your more
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Apr 13, 2012
Photo of Courtenay E.
Apr 13, 2012
Here is my problem. My 10-year-old daughter got an iPod for Christmas and I want her to be able to download her own games and music without bugging me. At the same time, there is NO WAY I will let a 10-year-old girl loose on the Internet with my credit card. I was thinking a prepaid credit card would be the thing. I could load it every month with the amount I'm willing to spend and when it runs out, it runs out. But all of these cards seem to have so many fees that it's not worth it. It's ridiculous to pay a $1 transaction fee to download a more
Apr 13, 2012
Photo of David S.
Apr 13, 2012
Buy her iTunes cards
Apr 13, 2012
Photo of Courtenay E.
Apr 13, 2012
David James Shaffer Can you reload them? I don't want to have to buy a new card every month.
Apr 13, 2012
Photo of Jamie B.
Apr 13, 2012
Yes, you can.
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