Secondary Card Fee Schedule


All fee amounts will be withdrawn from the Secondary Cardholder’s Card Account and will be assessed as long as there is a remaining balance on it, except where prohibited by law.  NOTE:  Fees assessed to the Secondary Cardholder’s Card Account balance may bring it negative.  Any time the balance of the Secondary Cardholder’s Card Account is less than the fee amount being assessed, the balance will be applied to the fee amount.  THIS WILL RESULT IN A NEGATIVE BALANCE ON THE SECONDARY CARDHOLDER’S CARD ACCOUNT.  If that occurs, any subsequent fund allocations from the Primary Cardholder into the Secondary Cardholder’s Card Account will first be applied to the negative balance.

Out-of-Network Domestic ATM Withdrawal Fee $1.50 per transaction
Domestic ATM Balance Inquiry Fee $0.50 per transaction
Domestic In-Network ATM Withdrawal Fee $1.50 per transaction
Domestic ATM or POS Transaction NSF Declined Fee $0.50 per transaction
Domestic POS Transaction NSF Declined Fee $0.50 per transaction
Domestic Over the Counter Cash Withdrawal Fee $1.50 per transaction
International Over the Counter Cash Withdrawal Fee $1.50 per transaction
International ATM Withdrawal Fee $1.50 per transaction
International ATM Balance Inquiry Fee $0.95 per transaction
International ATM Transaction NSF Declined Fee $0.95 per transaction
International POS Transaction NSF Declined Fee $0.95 per transaction
International POS PIN Transaction Fee $0.50 per transaction
International POS Signature Transaction Fee $0.50 per transaction
International POS Signature Cash Back Transaction Fee $0.50 per transaction
Card Replacement Fee $5.00 per replacement Card
Expedited Card Replacement Fee $20.00 per request
Online Bill Pay Fee $0.75 per transaction
Paper Account Statement Fee $2.00 per mailed statement
Foreign Currency Conversion Fee 3% of the transaction amount
 
 

 

The smiONE™ Visa Prepaid Card is issued by The Bancorp Bank pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.

The Bancorp Bank; Member FDIC.
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