ClearCash Named Best Prepaid Card by leading comparison website

Following extensive research into the prepaid credit card market, Compare Pre Paid has voted ClearCash the best all round prepaid credit card available in the UK.

The ClearCash Card is a prepaid MasterCard card which does not offer credit but can still be used at over 32 million locations worldwide wherever you see the MasterCard Acceptance Mark. The Card is issued by Newcastle Building Society and has two tariffs – a pay-as-you-go top up card, or a pay monthly card for free unlimited purchases. The card has been well received by consumers and prepaid card experts alike.

Raffick Marday from Compareprepaid explains;

“The ClearCash Mastercard Prepaid Card is great for consumers. The cheque cashing service and also the fact that the card comes with free purchase protection cover, actually makes the card safer to use for making purchases than a regular debit card.

“In terms of useability it offers the complete flexibility of a credit card, with the additional budgeting ability of a prepaid card. Bonuses such as no monthly fees and free unlimited purchases on their range of cards make the ClearCash range of cards extremely user friendly and affordable. It is for these multiple reasons that we have chosen to select ClearCash prepaid MasterCard our best prepaid credit card. We are happy to recommend this card to our consumers.”

Commenting on the recognition, Samuel Mond, says;

“We are really delighted to receive recognition for our ClearCash prepaid cards from recognised experts on all things pre pay related – Compare Pre Paid. We’ve worked hard to create an excellent card that offers customers everything they need – the flexibility of making purchases and the ability to keep track of their money, too.”

“In today’s difficult financial climate it is also becoming increasingly important to balance budgets. It was with this aim in mind that we launched our Budget Master Service, which lets users manage and categorise their daily, weekly and monthly budgets in order to see where money savings can be made.”