Cash Passports are the better way to manage travel money
 
Cash Passports are ideal for carrying foreign currency when abroad. This travel money card provides safe and secure access to your money in a range of currencies at millions of outlets worldwide.
 
Travel Money consultants can answer any of your questions on Cash Passports, but please see below for the answers to some frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions:

When and where can I use Cash Passports?
You can use your Cash Passport travel money card worldwide 24/7 to make purchases at millions of retailers, plus withdraw money from 1.9 million ATMs displaying the MasterCard Acceptance Mark.
 
What currencies can I load onto Cash Passports?
You can load up to nine currencies on your card. Currencies available are EUR, GBP, USD, HKD, CAD, JPY, SGD, NZD and AUD.
 
Can I use Cash Passports to purchase online?
Yes, you can use your Cash Passport to shop online at any merchant that accepts MasterCard.
 
How can I check the balance left on my Cash Passport?
You can check your balance and view recent transactions online in ‘My Account’ at www.cashpassport.com/multi.
 
Can I load more money onto my Cash Passport?
Yes, you can reload your Cash Passport anytime at the place of purchase or online via Bill Payment.
 
What should I do if my Cash Passport doesn't work at an ATM or retailer, or is lost or stolen?
In the event that your card doesn't work, is lost or is stolen, rest assured. Assistance is available 24/7 to help get you back in control of your money. A list of numbers to call can be found on www.cashpassport.com/multi.
 
 

Cash Passport MasterCard is an unsecured debt security issued by Travelex Card Services Limited, a member of the Travelex group. Cash Passport MasterCard is not guaranteed by any member of the Travelex group or any other entity. A prospectus is available free of charge from www.cashpassport.com/multi. MasterCard and the MasterCard brand mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.

Some ATM operators may charge their own fee or set their own limits.
 
“Lock in your exchange rate” means that the prevailing exchange rate is locked in for the initial load value only. Subsequent card reloads will be processed at the then prevailing exchange rate on the day of the reload transaction, and will be locked in at that rate.
 
Before you make a decision to acquire the card, please check www.cashpassport.com/multi for the latest currencies supported.
 
We welcome your inquiries or comments about Travel Money. Should you have any comments or complaints please contact us at TravelMoneyFSPR@flightcentre.co.nz. Travel Money is registered under the Financial
 
Service Providers Register and is a member of Financial Dispute Resolution (FDR). For details of the service provided under the FDR please visit www.fdr.org.nz.