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Prepaid credit cards allow cardholders to load their cards with funds in order to make purchases, explains Investopedia. The cards function like a gift card and are useful for people who want to manage their finances pro... More »

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There is no interest on prepaid credit cards, because the term credit cards is a misnomer, given that these cards function more as debit cards, says CreditCards.com. The user may make purchases against a prepaid fund tha... More »

A prepaid credit card can be reloaded at the original place of purchase, at other participating retailers or online by the cardholder. Direct deposit of the cardholder's paycheck into the prepaid card account is a viable... More »

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Prepaid credit cards stop working when consumers use up all the funds on them through purchases and credit card fees, reports Consumer.gov. Unlike standard credit and debit cards, prepaid credit cards only work when user... More »

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A prepaid credit card requires a cardholder to preload it with money before using the card for purchases and payments, whereas a regular credit card allows a cardholder to buy things through borrowed funds, explains Inve... More »

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MasterCard features a satisfaction guarantee that enables cardholders to return purchases within 60 days since the purchase date and receive up to $250 if the original store refuses to accept returns, according to the co... More »

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ACE Cash Express states that there is no credit check when a consumer applies for an Ace Prepaid debit card, as of 2015. A new customers can request a card in as little as 30 seconds by entering his name, address, phone ... More »

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