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I'm looking to apply for the Western Union credit card but don't see interest rates, can you advise?
Answered on May 5, 2016
Updated on May 5, 2016
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The Western Union NetSpend card is not a credit card but a prepaid card. Therefore, you won't find interest rates. Prepaid cards do not charge interest because you do not have access to a line of credit. You can spend only what you have already loaded on to the card.
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