Co-brander is an organization or corporation who has business contractual relationship with UniCard, which allows them to run a prepaid card program.
Our co-branders are allowed to put their brand names on the card, which allows them to enhance brand awareness, cultivate customer loyalty, attract potential customers and conduct marketing strategies.
UniCard is a payment solution company registered in Hong Kong, we are a Stored Value Facility Licensee (License number: SVF0009) authorized by Hong Kong Monetary Authority. We provide Mastercard and UnionPay prepaid card solution and co-branding program.
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Generally speaking, prepaid card is easier for the applicants to apply due to lesser restrictions and requirements compared with credit card and debit card.
We cannot provide the exact time needed for card delivery due to different card distribution methods provided by co-branders.
Yes, We accept the application from the citizens of Hong Kong and overseas nations.
Yes, to become our co-brander, the company must be registered in Hong Kong with valid HK bank account.
The minimum card order amount is 3,000.
Cardholders can use UniCard prepaid cards anywhere in the world where the trademark of Mastercard/UnionPay is displayed.
A Reminder: According to the regulation of HKMA, high-risk countries or areas may be unable to make transactions; monitored jurisdictional countries or areas are unable to make transactions. For further details, please contact us through Customer Service hotline at (852)2620 6800 or Email via [email protected]/firstname.lastname@example.org .
Yes, there is. However, it depends on the prepaid card programs.
The maximum loading amount is HKD 75,000; however, depending on co-branding programs, the maximum loading amount might be different.
Yes, UniCard prepaid card supports ATMs withdrawal function; however, such function might not be applicable to some co-branding programs.
We save the customer’s funds in a custodian account at the Bank of Communications in Hong Kong.