How long does it take to receive a card after replacement?
It usually takes around to 7 to 21 business days (Monday to Friday, excluding national holidays) to receive a replacement card, in addition to 1-2 business days needed to actually process, create, and package the card replacement.
Exceptions apply to certain rural areas based on the geographic location, societal and environmental factors such as weather.
If you require any clarification or assistance, please contact the number on the back of the card or email us at email@example.com
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My card is undelivered or missing. I never received my card in the mail.
Card delivery may take up to 21 business days to be delivered, in addition to 2-3 days of processing time. To find out the status of a card that was ordered for you, please create a support ticket with us. We will try to look up the status of the ...
How can I report a lost or stolen or damaged card?
Should your card go missing or sustained a damage that prevents you from using it, the only way to resolve the issue would be to have the card replaced. Rest assured as we'll do our best to guide you through the process. If a card is lost or stolen ...
My card expired with funds remaining; What are my options?
Please note, cards issued from a corporation for promotional purposes legally have an expiration date. Please take a look at the terms and conditions that were sent with the card to determine if your program allows for replacement cards to be created ...
Where is my virtual card? When will I receive it?
If you're due to receive a virtual card, you will need to reach out to the organization that originally offered you the card. Virtual cards are usually created and issued at the request of the organization that offered them. While we would love to be ...
What is a virtual prepaid card?
A virtual card works just like a physical card would, with the caveat that it may not be used at a brick-and-mortar store nor at any physical terminal. As long as the merchant accepts the use of an electronic payment, you should be good to go. ...