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# 240723 21-Sep-2018 23:17
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Hi
Just want to ask which supermarket in Auckland sell prepaid credit card $800 or more?

I just found theMt roskill New world has the prepaid mastercard can only top up $250

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  # 2094794 21-Sep-2018 23:37
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I never heard of this. Banks have prepaid debit cards available. Is that the same thing?

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  # 2094799 21-Sep-2018 23:54
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Prezzy cards can be loaded with upto $1000, might have ID req to purchase


 
 
 
 


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  # 2094804 22-Sep-2018 06:59
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cks01: Hi
Just want to ask which supermarket in Auckland sell prepaid credit card $800 or more?

I just found theMt roskill New world has the prepaid mastercard can only top up $250


If the IRD have rung you claiming that you owe tax and the only way to avoid prosecution is to send a card this is a scam, don't do it.

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  # 2094807 22-Sep-2018 07:42
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gzt: I never heard of this. Banks have prepaid debit cards available. Is that the same thing?

 

I assume the OP is talking about Prezzy Card which is the only prepaid card that I'm aware of currently sold in NZ.

 

You can buy card and top up anything up to $1000 at a Post Shop. At retailers they're only available in fixed amounts.

 

There are some pretty strict rules around AML regulations that need to be complied with so you won't get anything above $1000

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 2094848 22-Sep-2018 08:48
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Bung: If the IRD have rung you claiming that you owe tax and the only way to avoid prosecution is to send a card this is a scam, don't do it.

The scam, which has been targetting people around the country, alleges people owe money to the IRD and would be arrested if they don't pay up.

"In which case I can pay the bill. But they can't accept payment over the phone as that is not safe, but do I have a supermarket down the road?


https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12048638

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  # 2094849 22-Sep-2018 08:58
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sbiddle:

 

gzt: I never heard of this. Banks have prepaid debit cards available. Is that the same thing?

 

I assume the OP is talking about Prezzy Card which is the only prepaid card that I'm aware of currently sold in NZ.

 

You can buy card and top up anything up to $1000 at a Post Shop. At retailers they're only available in fixed amounts.

 

There are some pretty strict rules around AML regulations that need to be complied with so you won't get anything above $1000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you get a Prezzy card, and use all or most of the balance, can you top it up over and over? Or is it a one off card.

 

Edit. spellcheck called it a Pretty card (probably is as well...)


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  # 2094882 22-Sep-2018 10:06
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First post

 

Asking possibly dodgy question

 

Weird characters in text $ vs $

 

 

 

Needs deleting + banhammer @freitasm


 
 
 
 


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  # 2094883 22-Sep-2018 10:08
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The poster appears to not be of English decent, so may not use a US keyboard.
Don't see the need to hide +ban.

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  # 2094909 22-Sep-2018 11:07
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rscole86: The poster appears to not be of English decent, so may not use a US keyboard.
Don't see the need to hide +ban.

 

Agreed. I use a Japanese keyboard layout at times for work, and if I haven't toggled the locale correctly, various Unicode versions of familiar characters will pop up. This happens multiple times a week, nothing nefarious about it.


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  # 2094927 22-Sep-2018 11:55
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You can get Bonfire prepaid MasterCards from New World and PaknSave www.bonfire.co.nz

Can load up to $1000 when you purchase.

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