YES, of Coarse. However, be careful as I once put my Card into a FAKE Website and I had Fraudulent Transactions 3 Months in a Row on Bluebird Card. I ended up having to Get Police Reports each of the 3 Months that the Fraudulent transactions took Place and then Bluebird will Investigate and Finally you will get your Money Back, However, Bluebird will use every bit of the Time they state in Terms and Conditions each time to Complete the Investigation and then Refund your Money on the Last Possible date as outlined in their Terms. They are regulated by the FDIC deposits insured up to 250K just like all Banks, So there should never be any Worries, as they will refund your FraudulentTransactions, Just Know it will Be 3-4 Weeks and they use Every Last Day and you will need a Police Report for them to Take your Claim Seriously and Proceed with the Investigation/Refund.
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