A prepaid debit card is a card that is issued by a financial institution and is preloaded with funds that can be spent just like a regular debit card. It can be used to make purchases in person or online, and in many cas... More »

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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Individuals may apply for a prepaid debit MasterCard online or at selected retail stores, explains MasterCard. Some of the cards that they may apply for include the MasterCard Everyday prepaid card, MasterCard gift cards... More »

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NetSpend cards are prepaid debit cards allow cardholders to make purchases at any location that accepts Visa and MasterCard. Cardholders can reload the card at many retail locations and can use them as an alternative to ... More »

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The purpose of federal direct deposit forms is to enable recipients of federal funds to sign up to receive payments via direct deposit to bank accounts or DirectExpress debit cards. There are different federal direct dep... More »

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With most debit cards, there are multiple ways to activate them, such as calling an activation phone line provided with your card or using the card at an ATM with your PIN number. Some banks also allow activation by maki... More »

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Check cards, usually referred to as debit cards, work by swiping them at a register or using the number on the card for a transaction before a deduction takes place in the cardholder's bank account, according to Bankrate... More »

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