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If you forget to cancel, then you're saving your normal credit card from being charged. We now have 3 solutions: free trials (I like this one), Amazon gift card (another card though) and donations to charities. I'm curious to hear other [email protected] Amazon gift cards don't need to involve any physical card.

You buy an Amazon e Gift "card" that's emailed to you and that you can redeem immediately for Amazon credit.

Its card account features no annual and no application fee, which is a rarity for a card designed for subprime applicants.

In addition to its user-friendly fee structure, the card reports your payments to the three major credit bureaus to ensure you are building credit as you make your payments on time.

How can one transfer small balances, leftovers, on prepaid credit cards? Is there a way to transfer these small amounts to another card, Pay Pal, or a bank account?

I actually have 6 or 7 prepaid Visa or Mastercard cards left with balances between

If you forget to cancel, then you're saving your normal credit card from being charged. We now have 3 solutions: free trials (I like this one), Amazon gift card (another card though) and donations to charities. I'm curious to hear other [email protected] Amazon gift cards don't need to involve any physical card.You buy an Amazon e Gift "card" that's emailed to you and that you can redeem immediately for Amazon credit.

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If you forget to cancel, then you're saving your normal credit card from being charged. We now have 3 solutions: free trials (I like this one), Amazon gift card (another card though) and donations to charities. I'm curious to hear other [email protected] Amazon gift cards don't need to involve any physical card.

You buy an Amazon e Gift "card" that's emailed to you and that you can redeem immediately for Amazon credit.

Its card account features no annual and no application fee, which is a rarity for a card designed for subprime applicants.

In addition to its user-friendly fee structure, the card reports your payments to the three major credit bureaus to ensure you are building credit as you make your payments on time.

How can one transfer small balances, leftovers, on prepaid credit cards? Is there a way to transfer these small amounts to another card, Pay Pal, or a bank account?

I actually have 6 or 7 prepaid Visa or Mastercard cards left with balances between $1 and $4. The financial institutions that emit those cards probably expect us consumers to just throw them away when the amount of money left is small. I think this situation is unfair for all consumers and would like to find a way to get back my money.

Most stores don't even require you to know the balance. I bought an item and handed them 2 pre-paid Visa gift cards I had lying around, and also my CC for the reamaining balance.

One card had $50 and and the other had just 77 cents on it.

and . The financial institutions that emit those cards probably expect us consumers to just throw them away when the amount of money left is small. I think this situation is unfair for all consumers and would like to find a way to get back my money.

Most stores don't even require you to know the balance. I bought an item and handed them 2 pre-paid Visa gift cards I had lying around, and also my CC for the reamaining balance.

One card had and and the other had just 77 cents on it.

I'd recommend supermarkets over most other places.

Other than my chuckle, neither the cashier nor I cared.

The only one that may have been annoyed by this was the person waiting patiently behind me.

So when you ask them to charge 77 cents to the card, you're essentially asking they give half of it to Visa/MC. You may need to tell the cashier exactly the amount to charge (e.g. If they're willing to take that cost, that's fine, if they're not, I'll just use another [email protected] My advice is intended for people who choose retailers they like, have a sense of empathy for those retailers (particularly small businesses), and have a general sense of social responsibility all-around, and want to do the "right" thing.

Amazon luckily allows you to buy gift cards for virtually any amount, down to even a dollar.

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