Green Dot Reloadable Prepaid Card

For People with
No Credit



The Green Dot Reloadable Prepaid Card is a great option for students and young teens. This is the Mastercard version, a Visa version is available is well.

This is not actually a credit card!

Keep in mind prepaid cards generally do not help you build credit since they don’t report to the credit bureaus. If you have bad credit and would like to build credit, a secured card may be a better option.

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Card Quick Facts

Card Quick Facts

  • No overdraft or penalty fees. Ever.
  • No credit check or minimum balance.
  • Free nationwide network of 24,000 MoneyPass® ATMs
  • Keep track of your spending with our mobile app or text us for balance
  • Free online bill pay makes it easy to send checks and pay bills.

For People with
No Credit



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Card Details




Introductory Bonus

  • None
Card Stats

Card Stats

Annual Fee $5.95 monthly fee (Can be waived in certain circumstances)
Additional Cards Annual Fee -
Regular Purchase APR -
Intro Purchase APR -
Foreign Transaction Fee 3%
Chip Technology None
Minimum Credit Limit -
Maximum Credit Limit -
Free Credit Score No
Penalty APR None
Late Fee -
Returned Payment Fee -
Balance Transfers

Balance Transfers

Intro Balance Transfer APR -
Regular Balance Transfer APR -
Balance Transfer Fee -
Cash Advances

Cash Advances

Cash Advance APR -
Cash Advance Fee -

Card Benefits

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 1 reviews
by Vanessa
Greendot Card for Students

My grandson just turned 16 yrs. old, so I purchased him one for his birthday. The initial one I got from the store, I posted money on and registered it online. I also filled out information for me to get a second card with his name on it, because I had to get the original one in my name, because I'm 18 or over (actually, 60). I send him the one from the store (with no name on it) until the "real" one comes. It was here in a few days. I open the envelope and there's my card with my name on it, but no 2nd card for it. I called customer service immediately and they said I couldn't signed up for one for him, until this one came, but that's NOT what they told me before. So, I go back online to now signed up for a 2nd card for the 2nd time. Now, I'm red flagged! He must be 18 or over to have one in his name, though the original one is registered to me. The curious thing is, I got no red flag when I 1st applied for a card for him, before the permanent one came. I called customer service again, and they stated the Federal law doesn't allow you to have a 2nd card for anyone under 18. All along, I told them he was 16 and they never said any of this to me before, neither did the red flag come up when I initially registered the card from the store: They simply didn't send me the 2nd one. Customer service had at least 4 opportunities to tell me this during my several calls, because each time I told them his age and why I bought it in the 1st place. It was a way to send him money when he needed it, and they never said a word until everything was completed with the "real" card coming in the mail and being activated. I feel like they do this on purpose so you'll keep the card. I was ticked off! I've had a card with Greendot from the on start of it appearing in RiteAid, about 18 yrs ago, and I've loved it, but this situation didn't set well with me at all! 2 star rating re: student card; otherwise, 5 star rating!

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