Secure Trust Bank
The Secure Trust Bank Account is a prepaid bank account that works like any other current account, with the facility to set up direct debits and standing orders and a prepaid card to use at over 30 million outlets. The Prepaid Account helps you control your finances and manage your budget by never letting you go overdrawn. When you open your account, download and complete the Wage Transfer Form, to have your salary, wages or benefits paid into your account. Then all you need to do is make sure that there are sufficient funds in your current account to cover your outgoings – the rest can be transferred onto your prepaid card.
Where can my Prepaid Account be used?
The Secure Trust Bank Account comes with a prepaid card for you use in a similar way to a debit card, at over 30 million outlets, any cash machine displaying the MasterCard logo, at retail outlets and for online or telephone purchases. Simply retain sufficient funds in your Prepaid Account to cover your regular commitments and outgoings. The rest can be transferred onto your prepaid card.
You can vary the amount that you transfer to your card at any time – online with our internet banking facility, or by our automated telephone service which are both available, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can pay cash into your Secure Trust Bank Account over the counter at any one of over 20,000 participating Payzone retail outlets and, in the majority of cases, the cash will be credited to your account the very next day, providing it is paid in before 10.00pm.
The Secure Trust Bank Account is a guaranteed current account which never lets you go overdrawn again – so no more unexpected bank account charges. Everyone is eligble for an account, regardless of their past credit history (subject to identity checks which can be done electronically at the time of application).
The Secure Trust Bank Account is a UK bank account, based and operated from the UK. Secure Trust Bank treat customers as individuals and offer value for money in a simple, transparent way.