Prepaid Euro, US Dollar and Pound Sterling MasterCard Cards
|You have 3 different cards to choose from|
|Global One Pound Card||Global US Dollar FX Travel Card||Global EURO FX Travel Card|
As a GCEN Card holder you will be able to get your currency at Business Rates of exchange, rather than the tourist rates of exchange that you will find on the high street, or at the travel kiosks.
The Global One Card
The Global One FX Card could be an ideal choice for you, if you just want to have Pounds on your prepaid card, and be able to use it anywhere in the world, in any currency, where you see the MasterCard Acceptance Mark.
The Global Euro FX Card
The Global EURO FX Card could be one of the best ways to carry Euros. Use your Chip & PIN Euro card to carry your euros, rather than carry large amounts of cash. Use ATM’s to withdraw Euros in cash when you want, or use the Chip & PIN in Euro based outlets, where the MasterCard Acceptance Mark is displayed.
We charge a fixed €1.50 per ATM withdrawal in the UK and overseas*. When used in the Euro-zone, point of sale transaction fees do not apply.
The Global US Dollar FX Card
The Global US Dollar FX Card could be an ideal way to carry US Dollars. Perfect for Holidays and business travel anywhere where US Dollars are used as the main currency.
Get highly competitive exchange rates and you could get more US Dollars than you would at Travel kiosks or high street banks.
We charge a fixed $2.00 per ATM withdrawal in the UK and overseas*. When used in the USA, point of sale transaction fees do not apply.
* Some banks or third-party ATM operators abroad and in the UK may charge additional fees for use of their ATMS, but these will be clearly advertised and are charged equally on all cards.
MasterCard and the MasterCard Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. The Card is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Ltd (“WDCS”) pursuant to licence by MasterCard International Inc. WDCS is authorised by the Financial Services Authority to conduct electronic money service activities under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (Ref: 900051).