Visa Prepaid Gift Cards are the perfect choice for members who want versatile, convenient alternatives in gift giving! Gift givers no longer have to guess what their intended recipient may like or limit merchant gift cards they purchase to those retailers located near the recipients.The gift recipient has the freedom to choose how they spend their gift. With the Entrust Financial CU Prepaid Gift Card, the choices are unlimited.
Our Prepaid Gift Card works like a traditional credit card. Recipients can choose to use the Gift Card at any merchant that accepts Visa Debit Cards. Each purchase is subtracted from the balance on the card until the balance is completely used.
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You can also purchase an Entrust Financial CU Prepaid Gift Card in-person at our office located at
1801 Dabney Road in Richmond, Virginia
Prepaid Gift Card Details
|Minimum Balance Required (Minimum Load)||$20.00|
|Maximum Balance Possible (Maximum Load)||$500.00|
|Purchase Fee (Load Fee)||$3.95|
|Purchase Fee (Load Fee) - Personalized Card||$5.95|
|Gift Cards in Bulk||Click here for pricing & order form|
Using a Visa Gift Card
Understanding your Gift Card balance is important. Cards can be used when making purchases from any merchant that accepts Visa debit cards. However, some card issuers place authorization tolerances on transactions at particular types of merchants, such as restaurants, hotels, cruise lines, mail order, and car rentals. Authorization tolerances add a percentage or fixed dollar amount to the amount of the transaction when it is submitted for approval. Their purpose is to cover any tip/gratuity that you may add to the purchase after the approval or to ensure that adequate funds are available to cover the final purchase. For example, you have dinner at a restaurant and the total bill is $25.00. You have a $25.00 Visa Gift Card that you would like to use and this card has a 20% authorization tolerance on restaurants. If the restaurant tries to run the card for $25.00 it will be denied because 20% is added to the transaction amount and there were insufficient funds to cover $30.00 ($25.00 x 20% = $5.00 + $25.00 = $30.00).