As of March 2015, MoneyPak service is no longer available for purchase, but the company replaced this product with GreenDot Reload @ the Register. With this new product, the customer gives the cashier cash for the reload plus the reload fee, swipes the prepaid card and the card is loaded.
When using the GreenDot Reload @ the Register option, customers can add anywhere from $20 to $1,000 at the register, depending on the limits of the prepaid card being reloaded. Fees run $3.74 for reloading at Walmart, while the fee is $4.95 at other retail locations. Customers purchasing a reload should check their balances as soon as possible to ensure the funding was successful and keep the receipt given to them at the register in case a problem arises after purchase. Upon successful reloading, the funds should be available within 10 minutes.
GreenDot Reload @ the Register works with a wide array of prepaid debit card options, including Rush Card, Account Now, Walmart MoneyCard, Mio Money and U.S. Bank Contour. These reloads can be purchased at a variety of retailers, such as Ace Cash Express, CVS Pharmacy, Kroger, Safeway and RiteAid Pharmacy. Those reloading at Walmart can use cash or a payroll or government check, though check-cashing fees and limits apply.