CheckCity.com has a new website!
We are excited to show you the changes and improvements we have made. Some of the changes you will notice include:
New look and feel
Shorter application process
Increased security features to better protect you
More mobile friendly for easier on-the-go access!
As always we will be here to assist you with any questions you might have. If you have questions about the new site feel free to
, Call 1-800-404-0254 or email
If you want to learn more about our new security features click here.
Thank you for being a valued member of CheckCity.com!
Prepaid Debit Cards FAQ
Do I pay interest?
There is no interest associated with the use of our Prepaid Debit Cards. In fact Our Prepaid Debit Cards offer a savings account that will pay you 5% interest. You simply load the money on your card that you would like to use.
What are the fees?
The fees are simple and straight forward. You can choose a “pay as you go” option, which is $1 for a credit transaction and $2 for a Debit transaction, or you can choose a monthly fee of $9.95 and use the card as much as you like with no charges for transactions. (ATM and other fees do apply)
Do I have to have a minimum balance on the card?
There is no minimum balance required for the card or for the savings account.
Do I have to go into a Check City store to load money onto the card?
No, you can load it at any location that has the Netspend Logo; there are over 90,000 locations nationwide.
What if my card is lost or stolen?
Simply contact Netspend customer service at 1-866-609-2020, they will cancel the lost or stolen card and rush you out a new card.
This is an invitation to send a loan application, not an offer to make a short term loan. This service does not constitute an offer or solicitation for payday loans in Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, or West Virginia.
Customer Notice: A single payday advance is typically for two to four weeks. However, borrowers often use these loans over a period of months, which can be expensive. Payday advances are not recommended as long-term financial solutions.