Mastercard prepaid card from KBC

KBC Prepaid Card

Mastercard prepaid card from KBC

KBC Prepaid Card

Pay securely online

Pay using the money on your card with no link to your bank account.

Control your budget

You can never spend more money than you have loaded onto your card.

Use it worldwide

You can pay securely with it worldwide anywhere you see the Mastercard sign.

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Why go for a prepaid card?

MasterCard prepaid card from KBC

A prepaid card is an alternative to a credit card. The difference between the two is that you need to load a prepaid card with money before you can use it to pay for something. That way, you keep tabs on your spending.

A prepaid card is also a great solution for making secure online payments. And instead of being linked to your bank account, you only pay with the money that’s on your card.

The perfect pocket-money card

MasterCard Prepaid

You can get a prepaid card for yourself or for other people, such as your kids. As your youngsters start to spread their wings, they'll want to do things like study abroad. With a prepaid card, giving them financial support is easy and you still keep an eye on their finances. Cardholders must be ten years of age or over.

What a prepaid card will cost you

Annual charge 12 euros a year
Loading or unloading your card and checking your card balance Free of charge
Paying online and worldwide Free if in euros
1.6% exchange rate commission if in currencies other than the euro
Replacing your card via Card Stop (if lost or stolen) Free of charge
Withdrawing cash in euros
  • At ATMs: 1% of the amount (minimum charge of 5 euros)
  • Over the counter at banks and bureaux de change abroad: 2% of the amount (minimum charge of 5 euros)
Withdrawing cash in a foreign currency
  • At ATMs: 1% of the amount (minimum charge of 5 euros) + a 1.6% exchange rate commission
  • Over the counter at banks and bureaux de change abroad: 2% of the amount (minimum charge of 5 euros) + a 1.6% exchange rate commission

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