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Freedom Prepaid MasterCard (Prepaid Card)Matercard
The Freedom Card is the UK's first retail instant issue, fully reloadable, embossed Prepaid MasterCard® with chip & PIN security that customers can purchase without any ID. The instant card has a maximum balance of £1,650 - upgrade your card by providing a Passport, or UK Driving Licence to £5,000. NOW with FREE Insurance Protection, Discounts at 1000's online stores and Cheque Cashing Service!
Pay As You Go or Monthly tariff.
100% acceptance and no ID needed for Instant Cash card.
Cheque Cashing Services.
FREE Insurance Protection.
FREE Discounts at 1000's online retailers.
Available to top up at Post Office, by PayPoint and bank transfer.
Add up to 2 Companion Cards.
2.75% purchase fee.
Money share ability available after upgrade.
Under 18: YesChip & Pin: YesSMS Services: YesMoney Share: Yes - Fee:
Pay As You Go: Yes
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: £5.99Max Balance: £5,000.00Monthly Fee: £0.00Replacement Cost: £4.99
Purchase Fee: 2.75%ATM Fee: 1.5%
Purchase Fee (INT): 2.75%ATM Fee (INT): £2.50
Cash Adv Fee (UK): 2.75%Cash Adv Fee (INT): 2.75%
FX Fee: 2.75%
Estimated Usage
* AVG MONTHLY FEE - Based upon one £300 reload per month using cheapest reload method and 10 monthly purchases of £20. - Rate: £5.50
Freedom Prepaid Card (Which Way To Pay - 19/3/2009)
Freedom Prepaid Card is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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