Main Content Starts Here

Easy to Use

The MAX VISA® Reloadable Card is a prepaid card that offers you a better, safer, alternative to carrying cash and writing checks. It can be used everywhere that VISA® is accepted and works like a debit card that you can use to purchase items online, in store, over the phone, and by mail order. Purchase the MAX VISA® Reloadable Card for only $4.99, and load the card with as little as $25 or as much as $3,000. The maximum balance allowed on the card is $3,000.

Safe and Simple To Use

Zero Liability

VISA’s Zero Liability policy means 100 percent protection for you. VISA’s enhanced policy guarantees maximum protection against fraud. You now have complete liability protection for all of your card transactions that take place on the VISA® system.

Learn more about Zero Liability


Reload the card at any MAX branch, or any time of day by phone 800.776.6776 or online at All you need is the debit or credit card that you used to register for the reloadable card.

The MAX VISA® Reloadable Card makes it easy for you to manage your finances without the hassle of carrying around a checkbook or cash. The card is great for parents with college students. Parents can provide their students with the necessary funds for school and still have some control over their student's budget. Don't forget to use the card for vacations so that you stick to a budget, don't have to carry cash, and avoid the cost of converting currency at exchange bureaus.


Unlike cash, your MAX Visa Reloadable or Prepaid Card can be replaced if lost or stolen, and is protected by Visa's Zero Liability Policy.


See Terms & Conditions for details before using the card and for applicable fees and available services.


Read the Frequently Asked Questions about the MAX VISA® Reloadable or Prepaid Card.


Ready to Open an Account Online?

Become a part of MAX and know what it means to manage your money the smart and simple way. Open your account online, by phone, or at one of our convenient locations.

Begin Online Application  →