How much will I get for my prepaid card?

How Much Will I Get For My Prepaid Card?

Prepaid2Cash is the lowest cost and fastest delivery option possible for obtaining cash for your prepaid cards. How much you receive is based on how fast you would like your funds delivered. See below for our current delivery options and their respective price:
  1. Instant (within 15 minutes) - 15% processing fee + $1.50 for delivery
  2. Next Business Day - 7.5% processing fee + $1.50 for deliver (NOTE: Next Business Day transactions must be submitted by 7:00pm Central Time in order to receive your funds on the next business day.)


Prepaid2Cash Mobile App Transaction Methods

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