Kaiku® Visa® Prepaid Card

The KAIKU Visa Prepaid Card is a prepaid debit card that can be used anywhere Visa is accepted. Cardholders can load funds in a variety of ways, use the card to pay bills, or withdraw money from ATM’s.

This card was chosen as one of our Best Prepaid Debit Cards for 2016.

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  • Intro Balance Transfer APR N/A for N/A
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Card Benefits

Check your card's Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them. Learn more about credit card benefits here.

Perks

  • Mobile Check Loading: Upload checks on mobile devices.
  • Card to Card Transfer: Transfer money between Kaiku cards.
  • Funds-ometer: Tracks and compares weekly spending over the past 60 days.
  • Card to Card Transfers
  • Transfer From Paypal to Amazon
  • Load Cash at Visa Readylink
  • 55,000 Surcharge Free ATMs

Visa Benefits

  • This card comes with Visa benefits. You will be provided with a list of benefits available to you once you get approved for your card.

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by Alandra
Selling my personal information

If I could give them 0 stars I would. I have had this card for four months and have been a victim of identity theft every month that I've had the card. The first time it was for 17 dollars, no big deal it seemed to me as if it was refunded immediately. Got a new card 2 weeks later (couldn't touch the rest of my funds during this time period) So I was without for several weeks pending the arrival of my new card. The next time was a month later Jan 30 2016, this fraudulent transaction was for 228 dollars and some change. I filled out a dispute form and had to 2 whole weeks for my new card ( not able to use my funds at this time) My new card arrived Feb 13, 2016, the 228 was debited to my account the following week on the 18th. Wouldn't you know it a week later Feb 26, 2016 fraudulent charges on my account again. This time 4 transactions totaling 65 dollars. These charges sat on my account for a whole week and I was never notified nor was the account suspended or put on hold. I should mention that my pin number was used to make these transactions... What made me notice these charges was because a week later my account was put on hold for a fraudulent transaction totaling 2,000! On my brand new card mind you. Every fraudulent transaction on my account was posted from a retail store in California, where this company is located. Seems as if someone working for this company is selling my info to people as soon as my card leaves the printing area. How else would someone using my card clear across the country from where I live could get my pin code to make purchases. The purchase that totaled 2,000 I called the merchant and the criminal had a duplicated card with all my info on it because I had my card in my possession the entire time he was in CA using it. How could he possibly have obtained this card except from someone who works for them. I've contacted the BBB in Cali and Kentucky. They are crooks and need to be investigated.

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