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    • gillybean129
    • By gillybean129 31st Jul 18, 9:44 PM
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    Can I loan my daughter my credit card for an emergency
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    • 31st Jul 18, 9:44 PM
    Can I loan my daughter my credit card for an emergency 31st Jul 18 at 9:44 PM
    Sounds weird, it's not.
    She's going to Barcelona soon and as a back up I'd like her to take it in case she needs anything. I know she will pay me back that's not the issue. She has my full permission.
    My concern is if this card is stolen, would I be covered for any misuse?
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    • Yawn
    • By Yawn 11th Aug 18, 1:01 AM
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    The new Transferwise debit card is amazing and might be a good option here. You could top up the account in seconds if she needs extra cash?
    • NoodleDoodleMan
    • By NoodleDoodleMan 11th Aug 18, 10:59 AM
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    Is it "user friendly" - no fees for ATMs or goods & services ?

    One quick glance only - looks like 200 monthly withdrawal limit, then 2% fee thereafter.

    Otherwise the Starling card is a better deal.
    Last edited by NoodleDoodleMan; 11-08-2018 at 11:09 AM.
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