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Personal Banking

VISA Prepaid Cards

Effective May 31, 2024, DCCU will no longer offer VISA prepaid cards or VISA gift cards. If you currently have a prepaid card, it will still be available for use until May 2025. Gift cards are available for use until the expiration date shown on the card. 

VISA General Purpose Prepaid Card

The DCCU general purpose prepaid Visa card is safer than cash, can be used anywhere Visa is accepted, and is reloadable.  

Key features include:


Receive text and email notifications


Financial management tools such as direct deposit, budgeting, and goals


Enjoy card controls that provide the ability to lock/unlock your card or change your PIN


Receive periodic statements and add a seconary card if you would like


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Visa General Purpose Prepaid Card FAQs

It’s a reloadable prepaid Visa debit card, which means you can spend up to the value placed on the card anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. You can shop in stores, online, over the phone, and by mail order. You can get cash at Visa/PLUS ATMs worldwide. Each time you make a purchase, the amount of that purchase is automatically deducted from the card.

You can check your balance by visiting the Prepaid Card Manager website or by calling customer support at 800-245-8085. Since a merchant may not be able to tell how much money is on the card, keeping track of your balance is a sure way to know how much you have to spend.

Your card can be used to make purchases at millions of Visa debit locations and to obtain cash at any Visa Interlink, or Plus® ATMs.

Purchase transactions are unlimited, up to the balance remaining on your card. However, for the protection of our cardholders, there are limits to the number and dollar amount of reloads, ATM withdrawals, and cash advances performed within a certain time period. To learn more about the current limits, please reference your terms and conditions.

Each merchant location has its own return policies and will handle the returns in the same manner as any other Visa transaction and may take up to 7 business days to be credited to your Prepaid Card. They may credit your Prepaid Card; provide a cash refund, or a store credit.

If a decline occurs, the card’s available balance is probably less than the purchase amount. You may inform the merchant of the remaining balance on the card and use another form of payment to pay the difference, subject to the policy of the merchant. Also, please be aware that some merchants – for example, restaurants, car rental agencies, salons, mail-order companies, and cruise lines – preauthorize for an amount slightly higher than your actual transaction to ensure sufficient funds for tips or incidental expenses. This amount is “held” until the transaction settles to your Prepaid Card. Only the amount you sign for will ultimately be deducted from your card. Use of the card at automated fuel dispensers requires a minimum balance of $25. Again, only the actual amount spent will ultimately be deducted from the card.

Effective March 3, 2025, reload options will no longer be available for DCCU Prepaid Cards. Please use the remaining balance of your card prior to May 1, 2025.

To reload using the credit or debit card registered during enrollment, primary cardholders can visit the website, call the number listed on the back of their card, or visit your local branch. Any applicable fee for reloading via the website or by phone will be charged to your funding source, along with the value being added to your card.

Possible reasons your initial load or reload might be declined are: the name/address on file with the debit/credit card issuer does not match the primary cardholder profile on the Visa Prepaid Card website, the debit/credit card expiration date or the 3 digit code listed on the website is incorrect. First, verify your funding source information. If this does not resolve the issue, call the toll free number on the back of your card to discuss other limits that may have been exceeded.

Any authorization request that is greater than the card’s available balance will be declined. However, there can be times when a Visa merchant puts an item through without prior authorization. If an overdraft occurs, the cardholder will be required to either reload funds onto the card or make a payment to Cardholder Services to cover the negative amount.

Visit our locations page to find a DCCU ATM or use the ATM locator found at www.visa.com for participating Visa ATMs in the US.

No, most countries outside of the US do not accept prepaid cards without a chip.

We provide 24-hour toll-free support. Immediately report any problems or a lost or stolen card by calling 800-245-8085. A replacement card can be issued and any available balance transferred to a new card, less applicable fees that will be deducted from the card’s available balance. Replacement cards are generally received in 7-10 business days. Emergency card replacement can also be requested with guaranteed delivery within the next business day, or sooner in some cases. See the Terms & Conditions for fees that apply to lost or stolen cards and emergency card replacement. As long as the lost or stolen card is reported immediately, you will not be responsible for any unauthorized merchant charges. If traveling internationally or far from home, a secondary card should be considered. That way, if the primary card is lost or stolen, the secondary card can immediately be used to access the funds without having to wait for a replacement card.