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ESAVE PREPAID MAESTRO CARD
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eSave Prepaid Maestro® Card
 
eSave offer this alternative to a credit card with some great benefits.  It works much the same way as a pay as you go mobile phone, so all you have to do is top it up with your funds in advance, then spend as you wish.  Once the funds have run out, you need to top it up again - it's as easy as that.  You can top it up yourself at one of thousands of Post Office or PayPoint locations, online with a debit or credit card or with a 360money e-voucher from PayPoint.  You can even have your wages paid directly on to the card.  So why get a prepaid card - how is it better than a debit or credit card?  Well, it's a great way to keep an eye on spending as there is no overdraft facility or line of credit - you only spend as much as you've topped up on the card. 
 
Also, because of this you will not be subject to credit checks.  There are fees associated with the eSave Prepaid Card however - these include the initial card fee of £5 an annual Account Maintenance Fee of £4.95.  You will also be subject to transaction and ATM withdrawal fees. 
Advantages
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Services
Under 18: NoChip & Pin: NoSMS Services: NoMoney Share: No
Pay As You Go: No
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