Terms and Conditions for Maestro prepaid non-reloadable sticker

1. The card is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Limited (“WDCS”). Registered Office of WDCS is 3rd Floor, Grainger Chambers, 3-5 Hood Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6JQ, United Kingdom. Registered in England No. 07875693. WDCS is authorized and regulated in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority to issue e-money (Firm Reference Number: 900051).

2. The sticker can be used to pay for goods and services at retailers that display the Maestro symbol (excluding internet and telephone). The sticker will be valid for a period of 12 months. The card must not be used after its expiry date. If any balance remains on the sticker after the expiry date, you will lose the right to use such funds and it cannot be redeemed.

3. WDCS is not liable for the refusal of the card at a retailer displaying the Maestro symbol or any transaction that is refused as a result of insufficient funds on the sticker.

4. The following are not permitted at any time:

a. Use of the card to obtain cash through ATMs or Banks

b. Use of the card to obtain cash back at point of sale

c. Use of the card to make gambling and adult services transactions

d. Use of the card to make pre-authorised regular or recurring payments

e. Use of the card for any illegal purposes f. Reloading of the card g. Redemption of the card balance

5. Non-Euro transactions will be converted into Euro at the wholesale market rate or any rate that a government may set. 

6. The available balance on the card can be checked on the app available for IOS and Android. You need to download the app until the end of November 2014.The access data has been provided to you in this carrier

7. The sticker may be blocked or cancelled if WDCS notices suspicious or potentially illegal activities.

8. Please treat the sticker as cash. WDCS is not liable if the sticker is used without your authority, is lost, stolen or destroyed.

9. This agreement is governed by the laws of England and we both agree to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.