When you pay by credit card your statement will show a transaction from a travel agency NOT an adult site or FKK TOUR. This is to maintain a discreet transaction for our guests.
If for some reason you want to take no chances some guests have been able to pay by credit card by purchasing “Visa Gift cards” and then using the Visa Cards to book their trips.
Where To Buy Mastercard Gift Cards
Mastercard Gift Cards can be purchased in various retail locations around the United States, but the only place to get a Mastercard Gift Card personalized is online. If you are looking for a gift card that is not customized, you can generally find a Mastercard Gift Card at these types of businesses:
- Grocery Stores
- Gas Stations / Convenience Stores
- Drug Stores
- Shopping Malls
Q: Where can I get a Mastercard Everyday Prepaid Card?
A: It’s easy to find the Mastercard Everyday Prepaid Card that’s right for you. They are available at participating stores and online.
Q: Do I have to activate and register my prepaid card before using it?
A: Activation and registration requirements vary, so check your card packaging for detailed instructions. To take advantage of the reload function and card benefits such as zero liability or card replacement, you will need to register your card.
Q: How do I use a Mastercard Everyday Prepaid Card?
A: When you’re ready to make a purchase, give the cashier your card or, if asked, swipe your card at the terminal. The purchase amount will automatically be deducted from the card balance.
Q: Where can I use my Mastercard Everyday Prepaid Card?
A: You can use your Mastercard Everyday Prepaid Card anywhere that Debit Mastercard is accepted – that’s millions of locations worldwide from retail stores to online, mail and phone orders. You can also use your card to pay bills online.
Q: My available card balance will not cover my purchase amount. Can I still use my prepaid card?
A: Yes, just tell the cashier in advance how much to deduct from your prepaid card and how much you will pay using an alternate payment method. Note that this process, known as “split tender,” may not be supported by all merchants.