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What are some good reloadable debit cards?

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Some prepaid reloadable debit cards are the American Express Serve card, Bluebird by American Express and the BB&T money account card, as well as the Chase Liquid card, Comerica Bank convenience card and Mango prepaid MasterCard. Other cards include the Wal-Mart money card, the Green Dot reloadable prepaid card and the AccountNow Gold Visa prepaid card, as well as the PayPower Visa prepaid card, myVanilla prepaid card and AchieveCard Visa prepaid card gold plan.

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As of 2016, the American Express Serve card has a $1 monthly maintenance fee and no card activation fee if activated online. It costs about $4 to activate the card at retail locations, and it is only possible to withdraw money from MoneyPass ATMs. The BB&T money account card has a $5 monthly maintenance fee and no card activation fee or ATM withdrawal fee. The Chase Liquid card has a monthly maintenance fee of about $5 and no activation or ATM fees except $2 out-of-network fees.

The Green Dot reloadable prepaid card's monthly maintenance fees run about $6, and activation fees can cost about $5 at retail locations but are free online. The myVanilla prepaid card does not have any monthly maintenance fees and the activation fee can run up to about $4.

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