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ICE Travellers CashCard Euro (Travel FX Card)Matercard
The ICE Travellers Cashcard EURO Card is primarily for travellers within the Eurozone. The Travellers Cashcard gives you piece of mind when travelling abroad, it is safer than cash, has less risk than using your regular debit or credit card and is far easier to use than travellers cheques. The ICE Travellers CashCard Euro travel money cards are accepted worldwide at ATMs retailers and restaurants. The Travellers cashcard is free to order and easy to load online. There are no credit checks when ordering.
Currency: EUR
Set up one account and order multiple cards in Euro, Dollar and Sterling.
You can also order up to 4 supplementary cards for friends and family members on each card.
No fees to purchase
No fees to top up / easy on-line process
No fees buying goods and services in the UK, Europe and abroad
0% surplus fee if you use card in another currency other than that it was issued
14 day delivery period
7.50 fee if account goes into negative balance
Acceptance Criteria
Under 18: NoChip & Pin: Yes
SMS Sevices: NoMoney Share: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: 0.00Max Balance: 2,500.00
Monthly Fee: 0.00Replacement Cost: 5.00
Purchase Fee: 0.00ATM Fee: 3.00
Purchase Fee (INT): 0.00ATM Fee (INT): 3.00
FX Rate Updated: 28/6/2011FX Rate: 1.0959
Usage Fee: 0%FX Convert Fee: 2%
Initial Load: 100
ICE Travellers CashCard Euro (Which Way To Pay - 16/4/2008)
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