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Maestro is the multi-national debit card service owned by MasterCard – one of the biggest providers of payment cards and payment processing solutions in the world, dealing with more than 23 billion transactions per year. So it's no surprise that it delivers a swift, safe and reliable payment service.

Maestro Services

Maestro provides debit and prepaid cards, powered by the MasterCard payment network.

Maestro debit cards allow customers to:

  • Shop in-store and online, using funds already in the connected current account
  • Pay for items abroad
  • Withdraw those funds from selected ATMs
  • Monitor spending via monthly bank statements

Maestro Prepaid cards allow customers to:

  • Add funds to the card from other cards, a current account, or in cash at selected locations
  • Use that credit to buy goods and services in-store and online
  • Withdraw the cash from Maestro ATMs worldwide

How do I sign up with Maestro?

Maestro debit and prepaid cards are available from a number of UK high street banks and financial service providers, including:

  • Adam & Co
  • Bank of Ireland
  • The British Bank of the Middle East
  • Clydesdale Bank
  • Coutts & Co
  • First Direct
  • HSBC
  • Isle of Man Bank
  • NatWest
  • Northern Bank
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Yorkshire Bank
  • Ulster Bank

Debit cards usually come as part of a current account, so the sign-up process will involve providing your chosen bank with:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Proof of identity/address
  • Approval to undertake credit checks

Prepaid cards can also be obtained from additional independent suppliers, which do not require credit checks. These include:

  • Quidity
  • Splash
  • Bread

Who Accepts Maestro?

Maestro cards can be used to pay wherever you see the Maestro logo. This includes:

  • More than 1.2 million retailers in the UK
  • 13 million retailers worldwide
  • 1.9 million ATMs
  • Numerous online retailers including Amazon, and major online gambling websites like Coral and Bet365.

How much does Maestro cost?

Maestro debit cards have no direct fees, but as they are attached to current accounts they may charge for some services, so check before signing up.

Maestro prepaid cards also have no direct costs, but services such as topping up by credit card, converting currencies and withdrawing funds via ATM may be subject to a charge. Again, this varies by provider, so check before joining.

Additional services that may be subject to bank charges include:

  • Currency conversion
  • Foreign cash withdrawals
  • Bank transfers


As part of the MasterCard group, Maestro cardholders are eligible for the special offers, competitions and promotions hosted on the parent company website.


Maestro benefits from a number of security measures implemented by its parent company, as part of the MasterCard network. These include:

  • The added level of password protection for online payments provided by MasterCard SecureCode
  • EMV Chip & Pin and Dynamic PayPass to prevent card cloning and fraud
  • Online fraud prevention advice and a 24/7 phone line to report any unusual activity on your card, and lost and stolen cards

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