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Prepaid Card Reviews

Prepaid cards are a good alternative for young people who can't get a credit card, those who are new to credit, or people with bad credit. Prepaid cards allow you to deposit money into an account and make credit card-like purchases that take money from your balance. The best thing is that there's no credit check required for most prepaid card offers. Check out some prepaid card deals.

Green Dot Prepaid Card Review
The Green Dot Prepaid Card offers an alternative to bank debit cards and secured credit cards.

Account Now Prepaid Gold Visa Card Review
The Account Now Prepaid Gold Visa Card has free direct deposit and free online billpay but charges high fees.

Prepaid Visa Rush Card Review
The Prepaid Visa Rush Card is a prepaid card that doesn't require a credit check but charges high fees.

UPside Prepaid Visa Card Review
The UPside Prepaid Visa Card offers low fees plus a rewards program.

Walmart MoneyCard Review
The Walmart MoneyCard is a prepaid card with low fees that is accepted wherever Visa cards are accepted.

Capital One Prepaid Card Review
The Capital One Prepaid Card is a prepaid MasterCard with practically no fees.

Kardashian Prepaid MasterCard Review
The Kardashian Prepaid MasterCard charges high monthly fees and lots of other usage fees.

Mango MasterCard Prepaid Card Review
The Mango MasterCard Prepaid Card charges low fees and gives you the option of setting up a high-rate savings account.

ReadyDebit Prepaid Visa Card Review
The ReadyDebit Prepaid Visa Card charges high monthly fees and lots of different transaction fees. It also offers several plan options that are very confusing.

Worst Prepaid Cards - Prepaid Card Reviews
If a celebrity endorses a prepaid card, it's almost always a rip-off. But there are several;other costly prepaid cards you should avoid because they charge high monthly fees and fees for even the most basic transactions. Here are the worst prepaid cards.

 

Best Prepaid Cards - Prepaid Card Reviews

The worst prepaid cards charge more than $100 in fees annually, but the best charge hardly any fees at all. The cards that made our Best Prepaid Cards list don’t charge high monthly fees and don’t nickel and dime you on every transaction.

American Express PASS Prepaid Card Review
The American Express PASS Prepaid Card helps parents give spending money to their teenagers and monitor their spending.

BB&T MoneyAccount Card Review
The BB&T MoneyAccount Card is a prepaid card that lets you get a Visa card without a credit check. There is a $10 monthly fee that is reduced to $5 if you load more than $1,000 to the card each month.

Univision MasterCard Prepaid Card Review
The Univision MasterCard Prepaid Card doesn't require a credit check. It charges a fee of $9.95 a month.

American Express Prepaid Card Review
The American Express Prepaid Card is one of the best values in the prepaid card market. It has practically no fees.

Bill My Parents Teen Prepaid Card Review
With the Bill My Parents Teen Prepaid Card parents can keep track of their kid's spending. The review contains a list of fees associated with this prepaid card.

American Express for AAA Prepaid Card Review
The American Express for AAA Prepaid Card comes with a AAA membership card and a $25 bonus if your first load is $200 or more. There's no credit check and many other Amex and AAA benefits.

Two Prepaid Cards for Parents of Teenagers
Parents of teenagers will be interested in these two prepaid cards from American Express and Bill My Parents. You can provide spending money for your kids while keeping an eye on their behavior.

The Approved Prepaid MasterCard from Suze Orman Review
The Approved Card was created and is endorsed by financial guru Suze Orman. The card is cheaper than other celebrity-endorsed prepaid cards, but will it live up to the hype?

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