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THE FIRST PREMIER PREPAID CARD
The First Premier Prepaid Card (Prepaid Card)Matercard
        
The First Premier Prepaid Card is a refreshing new take on the plastic you keep in your wallet. It may look just like a standard credit or debit card, but it gives you incredible peace of mind encouraging you to only spend what you load in the first place. It combines the old fashioned values of cash in your pocket, with the security features you'd expect from a MasterCard card. It's the sensible, modern way to manage your money.
Advantages
1. Helps you keep in control of your cash
2. Spend online, or on the high street wherever you see the MasterCard Acceptance Mark
3. Withdraw cash from most high street banks
4. Get wages paid straight onto your card
5. Buy a secondary card to share money with loved ones
Disadvantages
1. 10.00 Minimum load amount
2. 500.00 Maximum single load for PayPoint, Post Office
3. 500.00 Maximum load via debit or credit card
4. 500.00 Maximum load via BACS/wage transfer
Services
Under 18: NoChip & Pin: YesSMS Services: NoMoney Share: No
Pay As You Go: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: £8.95Max Balance: £3,500.00Monthly Fee: £1.00Replacement Cost: £3.99
Purchase Fee: 0%ATM Fee: £1.00
Purchase Fee (INT): 2%ATM Fee (INT): £1.00
Cash Adv Fee (UK): 0%Cash Adv Fee (INT): 2%
FX Fee: 2%Renewal Fee: £3.99
Estimated Usage
- Rate: £0.00
        

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USAGES
Paypoint Top UpPaypoint
Rate: 3% (Min: £0.00, Max: £0.00)
Internet (Credit) Top UpInternet (Credit)
Rate: 3% (Min: £0.00, Max: £0.00)
Internet (Debit) Top UpInternet (Debit)
Rate: 0% (Min: £0.00, Max: £0.00)