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ACE EliteTM Visa® Prepaid Card

The ACE Elite™ Visa® Prepaid Card is a prepaid card that allows you to deposit funds onto the card and the use the card anywhere Visa debit is accepted. The account balance is based on the amount of money you deposit to the account. Once you spend the money then you can't use the card until you add more money to the account. This keeps you from over drafting the account and allows you to avoid costly overdraft fees. Since this card is not a line of credit you will not be charged interest. The ACE Elite™ Visa® Prepaid Card offers users a variety of benefits. Adding money to the card is easy and there are several ways to do so. You can use the card to make purchases just about everywhere, even online. You can pay bills with the card or you can make ATM withdraws. When you apply for the card you get to choose one of four card designs. Using a this prepaid card is safe and all your funds are protected because they are FDIC insured.

Adding Funds to the Card

Loading funds to the card is easy and you have several options. Direct deposit is free, convenient and offers many benefits. You can have your paycheck electronically deposited to the account instead of having to receive a paper check. You can also have most government checks directly deposited to the account as well. When you use direct deposit and have $500 or more deposited each month then the monthly fee is only $5. You always have the option of adding cash to the card by going to anyone of the authorized locations. At anytime you can transfer funds to the card by going to the online account and clicking the transfer funds option.

How To Apply

Applying for the ACE Elite™ Visa® Prepaid Card is easy and it can be done right online. You have to provide your name, address, phone number, and social security number. Due to newly adopted government regulations, all customers are also required to provide their date of birth and one form of government ID to activate a card. All U.S. citizens must provide their Social Security Number as the form of government ID. Non-U.S. citizens can provide an alternative form of ID, such as a Driver’s License, Passport, Alien Registration.