Prepaid Debit Cards Available in Europe

  • Welcome to IPTV Community! You need login/register in-order to access forum without restriction.
IPTV Community

IPTV Community

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Administrator
Jun 3, 2015
429
577
214
iptv.community
hey guys,

had a lot of people asking about this option.

Prepaid cards are payment cards with a value stored on the card itself unlike debit cards, where an external account is maintained by a financial institution, or credit cards, which are subject to the credit limits set by the issuer. One of the important benefits that prepaid cards provide is the segmentation of the spending by consumers for categories such as travel, online shopping, e-commerce, etc.


Worldcore
Worldcore provides a prepaid debit card within 24 hours of submitting the required documents. The card has the ability to load funds from any bank account instantaneously and can be used as a payout solution for wages, incentives, salaries, etc. They also provide a mobile app for the cardholder. Worldcore has been recognized as the most promising Central European startup to watch out for in 2016.

https://worldcore.eu/

Moneycorp Explorer Card
Moneycorp’s multi-currency Mastercard is a prepaid card that allows customers to load multiple currencies onto one card. The card can be used to access travel money at millions of locations worldwide. “You can use your explorer card just like you would your debit card and in addition to withdrawing local currency whilst you’re abroad, the card can also be used in shops and online.”

https://www.moneycorpcard.com/

Acorn Account Prepaid Debit MasterCard
Acorn Account is a trading style offering of Spectrum Card Services which is a registered agent of Spectrum Payment Services. It is an independent, FCA-authorized company that has been providing current accounts and payment services since 2007. The company provides accessible but highly functional current accounts not only for personal account customers but for small businesses as well. Just like other payment cards, Acorn Account Prepaid Debit Mastercard card comes with chip-and-PIN and requires a four-digit personal identification number (PIN) to confirm payments.

http://www.acornaccount.com/

Kaiku Visa Prepaid Card
Kaiku Visa Prepaid Card offers a convenient, low-cost, and hassle-free way to manage personal funds. Whether a person is paid by check, cash, or electronically, the company makes it easy to load funds, use and track them – all without charging exorbitant fees.

https://www.kaiku.com/

Payoneer
The Payoneer Prepaid MasterCard card aims to transform the way people make payouts. Fully integrated with the company’s payout services and supported in more than 200 countries, personal payouts are promised to be available for use by the payee within two hours. Once funds are available, payees can make purchases online, in stores and at ATMs worldwide – wherever MasterCard is accepted.

https://www.payoneer.com/prepaid-mastercard/

ecoCard
The ecoCard is a prepaid card that can be used with an ecoAccount to spend online and in person, wherever Mastercard is accepted. Available in three currencies, it gives users control over personal finances as they can only spend what is available in the ecoAccount. The card is free, quick and easy to apply for with no credit checks or bank account required. Users can access their ecoAccount funds instantly and top up the balance anytime, anywhere.

https://www.ecopayz.com/en/prepaid-cards/ecocard

EVEN
The EVEN card is a prepaid MasterCard®, issued by IDT Financial Services Ltd., which works on some of the largest prepaid programs in Europe, with customers’ funds held in segregated accounts at NatWest in London. The company claims to use the same exchange rates as the banks pay each other and do not mark these rates up, but rather passes them to customers.

https://evencard.com/#!/

Travel Money Card Plus
Post Office Money Travel Money Card Plus is an electronic money product issued by Clydesdale Bank PLC pursuant to license by Mastercard International. The card is not linked to a bank account, so it reduces the risk of identity theft. If the card is lost or stolen, the money is protected too.

http://www.postoffice.co.uk/travel-money/card

FairFX Anywhere Card
FairFX card comes in options for Eurozone, US and Anywhere. FairFX Anywhere Card is a prepaid card that allows the transfer of ££ from debit/credit card to FairFX card. With a Euro Card or Dollar Card, the balance will appear in that currency. With an Everywhere Card, it stays in Sterling until users spend it. Cards can be used anywhere where Mastercard is accepted.

https://www.fairfx.com/product/cards

Thomas Cook Cash Passport
Thomas Cook cards come in single-currency and multi-currency options. The Multi-currency Cash Passport card allows to load up to 10 different currencies to pay in foreign currencies to avoid exchange costs whether one is traveling overseas or shopping online.

https://thomascook.cashpassport.com/multi-currency-cash-passport/

Pleo
Pleo is an out-of-the-box business spending solution that offers smart payment cards for employees. Pleo offers on-demand prepaid Mastercard virtual cards (for online purchases) and plastic cards (for instore purchases) connected to a desktop and mobile app for both employees and managers to track and manage all company expenses in real time.

https://www.pleo.io/

There are a lot of more prepaid cards availble. but most of them are country bound to register.
 
Last edited:
Eddepet

Eddepet

New Member
Reseller
Aug 17, 2017
3
0
3
Reseller ID
Eddepet
I get an Pay2d card to buy some credits but there were a lot of problems to get the credits. Finally I had to use an original credit card to get some credits. I hope that is now beter and I can use my virtual card.
 
EddyMe

EddyMe

Ex-Yu
Reseller
Apr 2, 2017
3
1
3
36
I get an Pay2d card to buy some credits but there were a lot of problems to get the credits. Finally I had to use an original credit card to get some credits. I hope that is now beter and I can use my virtual card.
How about prepaid cards now? Is it possible to use them for buying credits?
 
Rusax

Rusax

Let me show you the world
Feb 4, 2017
593
769
213
www.rusax.nl
Reseller ID
Rusmir
I get an Pay2d card to buy some credits but there were a lot of problems to get the credits. Finally I had to use an original credit card to get some credits. I hope that is now beter and I can use my virtual card.
I get an Pay2d card to buy some credits but there were a lot of problems to get the credits. Finally I had to use an original credit card to get some credits. I hope that is now beter and I can use my virtual card.
How about prepaid cards now? Is it possible to use them for buying credits?

i never had problem with the prepaid cards, and still dont.

You only need to connect them once, this mean make a payment and fill in the 4 digits you get on youre bankstatment. Wit online prepaid you go to

youre preapaid card and see infront of the line with payment to rapid

 
EddyMe

EddyMe

Ex-Yu
Reseller
Apr 2, 2017
3
1
3
36
I get an Pay2d card to buy some credits but there were a lot of problems to get the credits. Finally I had to use an original credit card to get some credits. I hope that is now beter and I can use my virtual card.
I get an Pay2d card to buy some credits but there were a lot of problems to get the credits. Finally I had to use an original credit card to get some credits. I hope that is now beter and I can use my virtual card.
How about prepaid cards now? Is it possible to use them for buying credits?

i never had problem with the prepaid cards, and still dont.

You only need to connect them once, this mean make a payment and fill in the 4 digits you get on youre bankstatment. Wit online prepaid you go to

youre preapaid card and see infront of the line with payment to rapid

Which card/company do you use?
 
legendeen

legendeen

New Member
Reseller
Jan 26, 2017
10
1
3
Athens
Which of these is preferred? If you do not want to "publicize it" please do not hesitate to leave a PM instead. Thanks
 
  • Like
Reactions: EddyMe
H

Hansgo

New Member
Aug 18, 2018
7
6
3
43
Which card should i buy in germany
 
C

Chris Williams

New Member
Aug 22, 2017
5
2
3
47
i suggest revolut too it means u can pay and be paid in your own currency.