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STA TRAVEL FX CARD
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The STA Travel MasterCard® Prepaid Cashcard is a great way to keep an eye on your spending abroad.  As this is not a credit card, you will not be subject to credit checks, but it does have some similar features to a debit or credit card.  It looks the same, with a magnetic signature strip and chip and PIN facility and it can be used anywhere in the entire world - just look for the MasterCard® acceptance mark.  But unlike a debit or credit card, you do not have access to a borrowing facility or line of credit. 
 
All you need to do is top up the card at any PayPoint location in the world, or alternatively you can do this online.  Family or friends can also top up the card from the UK, which is great if you're on your travelling in your gap year and become strapped for cash.  The STA Travel MasterCard® Cashcard is available for £9.95.  Check the STA Travel website for eligibility details.  Other fees apply.
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Advantages
Disadvantages
Acceptance Criteria
Services
Under 18: NoChip & Pin: No
SMS Sevices: NoMoney Share: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: £0.00Max Balance: £0.00
Monthly 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 Rate Updated: N/AFX Rate: N/A
Usage Fee: £0.00Renewal Fee: £0.00
        

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