Disclosure: A Card.com Visa card was provided for my review, and another for giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own.
I hate carrying cash, sometimes it’s the easiest thing to have but I spend it way to fast. So I always either use my debit card or use a visa gift card.
Card.com is a safe and easy way to give and send money.
You can use your Breast Cancer Awareness Debit Visa card anywhere Visa is accepted worldwide, and there are no overdraft fees, APR fees or penalty fees – regardless of your credit standing. Withdraw funds at thousands of ATMs, conveniently load money with Western Union, PayPal, bank transfers, MoneyPak, direct deposit of wages or federal benefits payments. Like a good friend, the card is always there when you need it, including 24/7/365 support and benefits like:
• No late fees
• No overdraft fees
• No check cashing fees
• Spending tracking
• Online bill pay
Your card gives you everything you need, with no minimum balance or bank history requirements, and your Breast Cancer Awareness Prepaid Debit Visa card is FDIC insured for the full balance on the card with zero liability protection – just like other credit products.
I chose the Breast Cancer Awareness card, because October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
According to Breastcancer.org, approximately 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer at some point in their lives. But this illness isn’t reserved just for women – in 2011, it was estimated that 2,140 men would be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, as well.
****I received a Breast Cancer awareness card to review. I love the design considering it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The card comes in the mail and after you activate it you can put money on your Card.com account, through your bank account, Paypal account and another Card.com account. You can even have the IRS deposit your refund to your card. It’s been so easy to use.
What I really don’t like about the card is that there are some of the fees. For Ex. There is a $5.95 monthly maintenance fee, if you don’t have a deposit of $800 or more.
I am giving away $25 Pre-paid Visa Breast Cancer Awareness Card.
*Because the card is FDIC insured you may be asked for your SS# when applying. It’s safe and secure though.
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Contest ends 11/7/13