Flashy plastic: 5 celebrity prepaid and credit cards

By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, February 14, 2011
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The RushCard Prepaid Visa

RushCard prepaid

The RushCard, a prepaid Visa, was introduced by hip-hop entrepreneur Russell Simmons in 2003. The RushCard has purchase fees that vary depending on the monthly plan you choose, and there are fees for many actions: monthly fee ($9.95 or $0 for pay as you go), ATM fee after two withdrawals in a month ($2.50), balance inquiry fee ($.50). There are no fees to add money to the card, however.

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