Canada Post Visa Prepaid Card - Carte Visa Prépayée de Postes Canada

The Canada Post Visa Card is a prepaid card that you can use anywhere in the world where Visa is accepted - even online. There's no need for a credit check, a bank account isn't required and best of all, it's reloadable which means you can add money to your card as often as you'd like.

The Canada Post Visa Prepaid Card is a great addition to your wallet. You can easily budget and track your spending, shop at your favorite stores or online, and get cash from any ATM around the world displaying the Visa logo. And with Visa's Zero Liability Policy**, which protects you from unauthorized purchases, theft or fraud, it's safer than carrying cash.

If you currently hold a Canada Post Visa Prepaid Card, you have Purchase Security and Extended Warranty insurance on most items purchased with your card.1 Please click here for more information and to review the Certificate of Insurance.

Purchase Security insurance. Most items you buy with your Canada Post Reloadable Visa Card may be repaired, replaced, rebuilt, or reimbursed in the event of theft or damage within 90 days of the purchase date.¹

Extended Warranty insurance. Extend the manufacturer's warranty by up to one year on most items purchased with your Canada Post Reloadable Visa Card.¹

Need a card or to reload? Find the nearest Canada Post location where you can purchase or reload a Canada Post Visa Prepaid Card.

As part of our ongoing commitment to safeguard your personal information and provide added security to your online experience, we've added security enhancements to the login process. You will be asked to update your user profile upon login.

Funds loaded on the Card do not expire. Card balance is not CDIC insured.

** Certain limitations apply.  See the "Your liability for lost, stolen and misused cards and unauthorized transactions" section of your Terms & Conditions for details.

¹ Insurance is underwritten by American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida. Details of your coverage, including definitions, benefits, limitations, and exclusions are in the Certificate of Insurance provided with your card. Keep your Certificate of Insurance in a safe place with your other valuable documents.