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VIRGIN PREPAID TRAVEL MONEY MASTERCARD – EURO
Virgin Prepaid Travel Money Mastercard – Euro (Travel FX Card)Matercard
        
If you’re off to Europe, the Virgin Prepaid Euro Travel Money Card is the smart way to spend abroad – safer than cash and easier than travellers cheques. With no application or monthly fees and no interest or commission fees for Euro transactions, this is the ideal companion for your trips away. And as a customer, you’ll get great discounts with Virgin companies and other top brands.
Currency: EUR
Advantages
1. Available in Euros or US Dollars
2. Safer than carrying cash
3. More convenient than travellers cheques
4. No commission fees
5. No application fee
6. Accepted in most countries around the world
7. Free emergency card
Disadvantages
Daily ATM withdrawal limit €750.00
Acceptance Criteria
All UK residents
Services
Under 18: YesChip & Pin: Yes
SMS Sevices: NoMoney Share: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: €0.00Max Balance: €5,000.00
Monthly Fee: €0.00Replacement Cost: €5.00
Purchase Fee: 0%ATM Fee: 0%
Purchase Fee (INT): 3.5%ATM Fee (INT): 3.5%
Cash Adv Fee (UK): 0%Cash Adv Fee (INT): 3.5%
FX Rate Updated: N/AFX Rate: N/A
Usage Fee: 0%FX Convert Fee: 3.5%
Initial Load: €50
        
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Virgin Prepaid Travel Money Mastercard - Euro (Which Way To Pay - 19/12/2013)
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