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I am very frustrated that there is no way to contact a live person at MyPrepaidCenter.com. Everything is automated.
I received 2 visa debit cards for a rebate and misplaced them before activation. After I found them they had already expired. I had only had them 6 months. I would gladly pay a fee to have them replaced but since they have expired and were not activated there is no way to get to speak with anyone. It feels like a scam to have such a short life on the card.

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    Jean J Kathy Dec 03, 2020
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    I am finding myself in the same scenario. I have two visa cards, both got buried in my wallet and now have expired and wont let me activate even though clearly printed on the card is a notation that Funds Do Not Expire! so how in the world does this sound right. no way to access funds, sounds like funds do expire with the card and the company keeps your money

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