ATM Cash (Pay As You Go Prepaid Card)Mastercard
ATMCASH is the global online money transfer service serving over 150 countries and is supported by over 1.5 million cash pick-up locations worldwide. Customers send up to $1,000 for just $5 and can reload the recipient's ATMCASH card with either their US checking and/or credit card accounts. ATMCASH recipients use reloadable ATM card to withdraw money sent by their sender.
1. Send up to $1,000 for just $5 transfer fee (checking account transfer)
2. Transfers are INSTANT – immediately available for withdrawal (credit card transfer) 
3. Reload the ATMCASH card in under a minute with personal online account 
4. Recipients access the card's funds at any authorized ATM day or night
5. Great customer support: Phone, email, online chat service
1. You must be sending from the US
Re loadable ATM card funded with US checking and/or credit card account

Replacement Cost: $5,
Monthly Fee: $0.99
Max Balance: $2,500
Purchase Fee: Ask on application
Purchase Fee (INT): N/A
ATM Fee: $1.50
ATM Fee (INT): N/A
Cash Advance Fee: None
Cash Advance Fee (INT): None
FX Fee: 2%

Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No
Money Share: No
Pay As You Go: Yes

Top Up Methods:

1. Transfer Method - Online, Telephone
2. Payment Methods - Checking Account, Debit, Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard)
ATM Cash (Which Way To Pay - 17/5/2011)
ATM Cash is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

4 Star Rating

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