Register your Green Dot Visa by going to the Green Dot website and entering your card information. Choose a personal identification number, and submit the information.Continue Reading
Once on the Green Dot website, hover over Register/Activate a Card and click Bought in a Store or Received in the Mail.
Enter the 16-digit card number on the front of the card and the three-digit security code on the back of the card into the two gray squares that look like debit cards. The square on the left is for the card number, and the square on the right is for your security code.
For a card received in the mail, enter the expiration date, choose a four-digit personal identification number, or PIN, and enter the last four digits of your Social Security number. If you need help choosing a PIN, click the Choose PIN for Me link to the right of the PIN box, and a four-digit PIN is randomly generated for you.
Enter the code in the outlined green box. Click the blue Submit button. On the next page, confirm your information before your card is fully registered.
Customers can get a Green Dot prepaid visa card with no credit check or minimum balance by completing the sign up form at greendot.com or purchasing a card through an approved retailer. The online sign up form requests the individuals contact information, Social Security number and date of birth.Full Answer >
Reload the Green Dot card online or by using direct deposit or visiting a participating retailer, according to the Green Dot website. You must present valid identification to reload the card.Full Answer >
As of September 2014, the Green Dot website allows users to activate temporary card numbers and personalized cards received in the mail by entering the 16-digit card number and the three-digit security code on the back. Activating a personalized card also requires knowing the expiration date for the card. After inputting the card numbers, customers pick a PIN and add other information through Green Dot's secure website.Full Answer >
Consumers can purchase Green Dot prepaid debit cards at drug, department and grocery stores such as CVS Pharmacy and Wal-Mart, according to Green Dot's corporate website. A Green Dot prepaid card works like a debit card issued by a bank except that it is not tied to a checking account. Users add funds to the card, then use it to pay for purchases.Full Answer >