I want to introduce you to Card.com, this is a full service card. This card is FREE to order, with thousands of unique and fun designs!! THOUSANDS!! Where’s Waldo to Inked, Care Bears to Star Trek and seriously everything in between!
The hardest part of getting started with Card.com is choosing which card to order!! This is the adorable card I picked: Doesn’t this have ME written all over it?? (Ya, ya, ya, that is my name…. but I mean cuteness factor!!)
Once the card arrived it was quick to activate. More important? Easy to use!! Accepted everywhere that Visa is accepted!! (Well, as long as you have money in there, that is!!)
This will be PERFECT for college kids!! Parents can instantly load money for them. You can transfer funds between cardholders – absolutely free of charge – any time – anywhere. Help your friends and family take advantage of this and other awesome benefits of signing up with CARD.com.
Free to order, activate and load
Free app and check deposits from your smartphone
Free direct deposit
Free card-to-card transfers, any time, anywhere, in seconds
No overdraft fees — never goes negative!
Safer than cash – 24/7 support, Visa fraud protection and 100% FDIC insurance on funds
No debt, financially responsible, no interest/credit/APRs
No credit check and approval in seconds
22,000 in-network ATMs
Thousands of cool, unique card designs to choose from, including brands like: Garfield, Popeye, Betty Paige, James Dean, Care Bears, Walking Dead, Star Trek, Autism Awareness, Breast Cancer Research, Shark Week, Where’s Waldo, Doodle Jump, THree Stooges, Nancy Drew, etc.
The card is free for 30 days, after that there is a $5.95 monthly fee. Card.com waives this fee if you direct deposit $800 the previous month. This is the same fee you would pay for a Wal-Mart prepaid card and is less than most prepaid cards. AND WAY better than an over draft fee your bank will charge!
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I like that you can give these to your teens with a set amount on it -they have to learn how to budget their money that they are given to them – a great idea. Lots of cute designs for them too. A real good thing for college kids to have too. If you can afford to send them to college that is LOL