AMHSI JNF VISA PREPAID DEBIT CARD We are pleased to introduce the AMHSI JNF Visa Prepaid Card to help further our mission to promote, build, and strengthen bonds between youth and Israel. The AMHSI Visa Prepaid Card can be used anywhere that Visa Debit Cards are accepted, in Israel, the US, and abroad. It is a safe way to pay while traveling. It can also be used to withdraw cash from ATMs. Students can use a parent’s card or you can even order a secondary card for an AMHSI student to use while they are in Israel to make sure they have the money they need. AMHSI has negotiated a very favorable price for our students' parents as well as for AMHSI alumni. The card is free for the first two months and there is no enrollment fee, or fees to use the card. You can obtain customer service, or get access to your account on-line. The $3.95 monthly fee after the first two months is waived if more than $800 is deposited on the card in any given mon th. The fee for an ATM withdrawal is $2.50 and a balance inquiry is $0.75. Importantly, any purchases or withdrawals made overseas including Israel are converted at the wholesale rate for currency conversions. These fees are per account, not per card ordered. To apply for the AMHSI JNF Visa Prepaid Card, simply go online to www.getdebitcard.net/a3 and use Promo Code AA0045. It only takes a moment to apply and you will receive a personalized reloadable card, with the AMHSI and JNF logos on it, within 5-7 business days. Once you receive the card you can get an additional card for your spouse or student(s) attending AMHSI through the AMHSI Visa Prepaid Card. The easiest way to load the card is from any credit card or other debit card, or a linked bank account. It can also be loaded by check using the Ingo Money mobile app, which can be downloaded from the Apple App or Google Play store. And the good news for us? AMHSI will receive a donation for every new account opened by one of our parents or alumni! We hope you will take advantage of this great opportunity.
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