I Read Several Negative Reviews For The Prepaid2Cash App. Should I Be Nervous About Using Prepaid2Cash?
As a mobile app in the Financial Technology industry, negative reviews are certainly not uncommon. We frequently receive new user accounts and new transactions that do not meet our security standards. We are unable to accept 100% of all user accounts or 100% of all transactions. We understand that this can be frustrating to our users, but maintaining our high security standards is necessary in order to continue serving our customers. For more information about the most common review complaints, please see the FAQ articles linked below:
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How Much Does A Prepaid Card Transaction Cost?
Prepaid2Cash is the lowest cost and fastest delivery option possible for obtaining cash for your prepaid cards. Pricing is based on how fast you would like your funds delivered. See below for our current delivery options and their respective price: ...
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 ...
Starting Your First Prepaid Card Transaction
To start a new transaction, click on the New Transaction button on the bottom of the user dashboard. On the next screen, select Prepaid Card. This will bring up the Prepaid2Cash card scanner, that uses your mobiles device's camera to scan your card. ...
Do You Accept Prepaid Phone Cards?
No, Prepaid2Cash does not currently accept prepaid phone cards because the stored value is related to minutes and not cash. At this time, Prepaid2Cash accepts prepaid cards which contain a network branded logo (Visa, American Express or MasterCard) ...
What Are Prepaid Cards?
Prepaid cards are broadly defined as any network branded (Visa, American Express, Mastercard or Discover) card that contains a stored balance. These cards are commonly referred to as “open-loop cards” because they can be used most places where the ...