For starters, it’s important to note that you can only do so if both cards are from AccountNow. Assuming you’re squared away on that front, first sign in to: https://www2.consumercardaccess.com/main/accountnow/Home .Then select the "Share Money" option and enter the recipient’s account number in the "Target Card" field. After that, just input the amount you wish to transfer and complete the transaction. Keep in mind that you can only transfer $300 per day and $3,000 per calendar month. You can find out more by calling AccountNow customer service at: 877-984-7465 . Hope this helps.
You can transfer money from one AccountNow card to another free of charge on AccountNow’s website. You’ll need access to your secure online AccountNow account, as well as the number of the card you want to send the money to, in order to transfer money from one card to another.
Select the “Share Money” option after registering and signing into your new account.
Type in the number of the card you wish to transfer money to – in the “Target Card” field.
Enter the amount you want to transfer and complete the transaction.
You can send up to $300 per day from your prepaid card to another AccountNow card. This limit is increased to $500 for Gold cardholders who participate in direct deposit. The recipient can collect up to $300 per day ($500 for Gold cardholders with direct deposit) and $3,000 per month. You cannot receive a transfer from another AccountNow card more than three times per day.
You can only send money to an AccountNow card from another AccountNow card. If that’s the case, it’s free and you can send up to $300/day ($500 if you upgrade to Gold and participate in Direct Deposit).
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