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Prepaid Credit Card In Canada
Ruby Said:Prepaid credit card in Canada?
We Answered:Go to safeway, they sell prepaid credit cards, no age restrictions either.
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Alvin Said:Where can I get a prepaid credit card in Canada, Montreal?
We Answered:A local bank will provide a secured card, about $500 for a $250 limit and such, or $1000 for a $500 limit, but I understand a prepaid credit card is not the same as a secured card.
Money mart has prepaid Mastercards, a small service fee, but no credit check or contract, a small basic form. They're popular, but don't improve your credit score.
Troy Said:am looking for a prepaid credit card in Canada?
We Answered:You can get info about prepaid credit cards in Canada at following websites:
The prepaid credit cards are sold at my local grocery store in Toronto however I don't know about Calgary.
Edith Said:where do i get a PREPAID credit card in CANADA?
We Answered:Try Visa or Masercard (or American Express)
Pamela Said:where can i get a prepaid credit card in canada at 16 years old?
We Answered:any pharmacy or bank of vancouver
Joy Said:what is the best prepaid credit card in canada for teens?
We Answered:Was there a specific feature you're looking for?
I guess generally they can be broken down into two catagories, "reloadable" and "gift cards". The "MyTreat Visa" is an example of a gift card where the balance can not be reloaded, and a new card must be purchased when the balance is used.
The Titanium Mastercard from Moneymart is a "reloadable" card where you can "load" more money onto the card as you go, and in this way keep the same card and number.
The "reloadable" seems to have more fees associated with it than the gift cards, but the outcome is the same.
Hope this was some help.