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The Spark Prepaid MasterCard
Spark Prepaid Card
Spark prepaid cards are a pay as you to card that can be used when you need to pay for goods or withdraw cash from an ATM.
Undoubtedly, a widely used prepaid card nowadays is Spark Prepaid MasterCard. As it is a MasterCard you can use it in lots of available MasterCard affiliated shops as well as many ATMs throughout the world. You can also, use it for online business whenever you want. Let's see some basic information you need to know before buying this particular card.
How much does it cost and what's the company behind? Well, in order to obtain your Spark Card you just have to turn to the nearest authorised place of sale. You can also buy it online through its official site. The cost is £10 without balance if you want a card without your name printed on it and £25. if you prefer a Spark Card embossed with your name. The duration of the card's activity is 5 years. The activation of your card is quite simple. You just have to send an SMS to get your PIN number and your card is ready to use. The company behind this card is called Prepaid Financial Services. The company started its function rather recently actually, in 2007. The company's goal is to provide citizens with a Prepaid card that is not linked to any bank account and does not need a prior possession of a debit or credit card on your part. How does the card works? After you purchase your card and get your pin you are able to load it with as much money as you want, always taking into account the maximum allowable limits. You can choose between 4 different methods of loading: Payzone, Post Office, Credit or Debit Card and wages directly added to your card.
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All you need to know about Spark Prepaid Card
The maximum amount you can load your Spark prepaid card with is 2000Â£. If you wish to increase the card's cut-off you need to upgrade the card into Spark Plus MasterCard. Then, you will be able to load it with a maximum level of £7000. Naturally, some minor load fees exist, depending on the way you decide to load your card. For example, if you choose to use the bank transfer method, the fee will be a 2% of the amount loaded while if you prefer a card to card transfer the fee will be 1% of the amount you choose to load in your card. Conclusion Until now there is no official Spark mobile app. However, one can have full knowledge of his transactions via SMS or by visiting his account on the company's official site. The company, moreover, offers customers the ability to place any complaints or questions concerning the card's usage on the official website.