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Capital One explains that anyone under 17 is typically given an ATM card, while those over 17 receive debit cards. The Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T) notes that it offers prepaid debit cards to teens who can't y... More »

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Activate a Capital One debit card by signing into your online account through either the website or the mobile app and locating the Activate Card link within the Checking Account section. Click on the link, enter the las... More »

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Prepaid debit cards work through a system where a card is bought at a retail store, loaded with credit and used like a debit or credit card at locations that accept it. The cards have their advantages, they can be used w... More »

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