After reading the cardholder agreement on KAIKU card’s site, it seems that if you take a picture of your check it is deposited to your KAIKU account through the Ingo remote deposit network. The FAQ at Ingo’s site mentions that with a check you can add funds from $5 up to $2,500 and there’s a maximum limit of $2,500 per check, $5,000 per day and $10,000 per month. Also, in the aforementioned cardholder’s agreement we see that the maximum aggregated load limit for all loading methods in any thirty day period is $25,000 and the maximum value that may be placed on a KAIKU card when aggregated with any other cards you have authorized is $10,000.
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