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Multi currency Cash Passport
If you are travelling overseas either for work or for leisure purposes, the multi currency Cash Passport is the ideal way to carry your travel spending money.
This prepaid and reloadable card is multi currency, providing the security of travellers cheques with convenience of plastic, it allows you to pre-load your travel money for safe and convenient use at millions of ATMs, as well as shops and restaurants, worldwide.
The Prepaid MasterCard Multi Currency Card key features & benefits:
- International ATM Transactions Fee FREE*
- Load multiple currencies onto one easy to use Card**
- Smart wallet functionality – Intelligently selects the currency for your transaction. Funds can be used from multiple wallets if required to help ensure your transaction is approved.
- Chip & PIN protected for enhanced security and worldwide acceptance
- Access local currency from over 1.9 million MasterCard ATMs worldwide
- Accepted at over 29 million MasterCard retailers worldwide and online
- Reload in store or online via BPAY®
- Lock in your rate*** for the funds you load at the relevant exchange rate of the day
- Free second card as back-up in case the primary card is lost or stolen
- 24/7 Global Emergency Assistance
- Option to load up to a maximum of AU$100,000
- View your account, transactions and manage your currency balances online via “My Account” at www.cashpassport.com/multi
- Not linked to your personal bank account
- Free card replacement to anywhere in the world#
- Card valid for up to 5 years so you can use it for multiple trips
- Cards activated for use within 2 business hours
*Some ATM Operators may charge their own fee or set their own limits.
**Before you make a decision to acquire the Card, please check www.cashpassport.com/multi for the latest currencies supported.
*** “Lock in your rate” means that the prevailing exchange rate is locked in for the initial load value only. Subsequent card reloads will be processed at the then prevailing exchange rate on the day of the reload transaction, and will be locked in at that rate.
A telegraphic transfer is a secure, electronic transfer of funds directly into an overseas bank account.
It is always a good idea to have some local currency on you when travelling to pay for small things such as taxis, snacks or internet use.
A draft is a cheque in a foreign currency used to make payments overseas.
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