FAQs

The Metabank ACE Flare Account is a prepaid debit card, similar to a checking account. This means that you deposit the money you want to use directly onto the card.

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ACE Cash Express aims to help consumers find alternatives to traditional banking relationships by providing them with convenient and instant access to financial services.  ACE Credit Access LLC is a CSO and CAB that helps consumers obtain credit from an independent third-party provider.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much can you withdraw from your Ace Flare account?

There is no dollar limit for overdrafts. You pay $ 20 for every $ 10 of the overdraft, up to five overdrafts per month. You must pay your negative balance in full within 30 days or your account may be closed.

How do I close my Ace Flare account?

You can close your account by calling Customer Service at 866-753-6355 or by following the steps below:

  • Login to your account online
  • Click Help.
  • Choose Close account.
  • Is the Ace Flare account a checking account?

No. The ACE Flare Account is a prepaid account. But you can make direct deposits with your card and open an optional savings account.

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How much does it cost to replace my card?

A replacement fee of $ 3.95 will be charged if your card is lost or stolen.

Can I customize my Ace Flare account card?

Yes, but it costs $ 4.95.

Can I get more than one card for my Ace Flare account?

Yes, additional prepaid cards cost $ 3.95 each.

How can I withdraw money?

For a $ 2.50 fee, you can withdraw money at an ATM just like you would with a regular ATM card. By making a withdrawal at a participating ACE Cash Express branch, you can avoid fees and withdraw up to $ 400 per day if you have to qualify for direct deposit activity.

How can I earn interest on my optional savings account?

If you ever have a direct monthly allowance, you can create a compte d’√©pargne Flare facultatif et gagner just 6.00% of annual rendement (APY). savings account. Your actual APY will depend on qualifying factors, including your average daily balance.