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Cash Passport Offers Convenience and Security

November 10, 2013 by

Cash Passport

Trying to decide what to do about spending money when travelling has been an ongoing matter of speculation and debate for as long as people have traveled. Nowadays with ATMs, travelers checks, and credit cards, you might think we would have it covered by now, but the new Cash Passport seems to have taken it all a step further. It may very well be the answer we’ve been looking for all along.

The card is available in seven currencies (British Pounds, Euros, US Dollars, Australian Dollars, New Zealand Dollars, Canadian Dollars, and the South African Rand), it offers the security of travelers checks and even lets you pre-load your travel budget onto the card.

Security

The Cash Passport is chip and PIN protected and is not connected to your bank account, which offers peace of mind when traveling abroad. The card also offers 24/7 Global/Emergency Assistance in the event your card is lost or stolen.

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Convenient

Because you pre-load your spending budget onto the card, it can be used to withdraw local currency at millions of ATMs around the world, or the Cash Passport can be used to pay merchants directly. This includes restaurants, entertainment venues, and shops that accept Visa and Master Cards depending on which type of Cash Passport you choose.

Emergency Assistance

No one likes to think their money or credit cards will get lost or stolen while traveling, but it does happen. The Cash Passport offers global emergency assistance that replaces the card for free or offers emergency cash up to the amount of the balance on your card.

The benefits of the Cash Passport are many, including the fact that it can help you stay within your budget…that is unless you decide to reload it to do more spending. These cards can conveniently be purchased online.

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  1. Ruby T. says:

    I haven’t heard of this but it’s a great idea to protect your savings at home when you travel! I will have to check this out before my next trip!


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