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JustCash Prepaid Maestro® Card - the newest way to pay
 
The JustCash Prepaid Maestro® Card is an easy to use prepay card.  With Chip & PIN, use as you would a debit or credit card.  There is one key difference: a bank account is not required in order to have the JustCash Card.  All you do is pre-load the card with funds for an easy way to keep an eye on your expenses.  Once the money has run out, the card will not work until you have topped it up again.  Note there are transaction fees so make sure you have enough on the card to include these when you make a purchase, or the card might be declined.  Use the card at one of millions of ATMs across the the world, just look for the Maestro® logo. 
 
How much does the JustCash Prepaid Maestro® Card cost?  The Card Purchase Fee is £7.95.  Then there are ATM Cash withdrawal fees (£1.50 ub the UK, £2 abroad), the Monthly Management Fee (£3.95), as well as other fees such as Foreign Transaction Fee.  UK Transaction Fee is free! 
Advantages
Disadvantages
Services
Under 18: NoChip & Pin: NoSMS Services: NoMoney Share: No
Pay As You Go: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: £0.00Max Balance: £0.00Monthly Fee: £0.00Replacement Cost: £0.00
Purchase Fee: ATM Fee:
Purchase Fee (INT): £0.00ATM Fee (INT): £0.00
Cash Adv Fee (UK): £0.00Cash Adv Fee (INT): £0.00
FX Fee: £0.00Renewal Fee: £0.00
Estimated Usage
- Rate: £0.00
        

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