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iKobo is a unique money transfer service which allows customers to send money to anywhere in the world via the iKobo Visa Prepaid Card. The recipient is shipped the card with the funds pre-loaded onto it by the sender.
Locations: Worldwide
1. Easy to use system
2. You can send funds to 4 cards at the same time
3. Free to open an account
1. Only available to US customers
2. iKobo only accept Visa or MasterCard to make transfers
3. There is a monthly management fee
Terms and Conditions
The iKobo Prepaid Card is a pre-paid card that can be used for Visa point of sale merchants, Visa/plus ATM machines, internet, mail order and telephone shopping anywhere where Visa debit and credit cards are accepted. There is no credit card, credit line, overdraft protection or deposit account in association with the card.
Transfers Methods and Costs
Transfer Methods: Online (USA Only), Agents through MoneyGram
Transfer Speed: Instant
Payment Methods: Credit or debit card, bank account - US ONLY
Fee Structure: Monthly Maintenance Fee, Declined ATM Withdrawal Fee, ATM Withdrawal Fee, Non-Sufficient Funds Fee, Stop Payment Fee.
Requirements: You will need your Personal Identification Number (PIN) in order to activate the iKobo Visa Prepaid Card.
Minimum: $10
Maximum: $1000
Number Of Currencies: 0
Currencies Available:
Security Statement
iKobo Inc. is licensed by the TRUSTe Privacy Program. TRUSTe is an independent, non - profit organisation.
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