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MasterCard provides its enormous customer network with a range of payment cards, and offers businesses the technology to process secure payments. To give you a sense of the scale of their operation, the MasterCard global network processes more than 23 billion transactions every year.

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For UK consumers, MasterCard offers three different payment products:

  • Credit cards, which allow customers to pay for items using pre-approved, borrowed funds
  • Debit cards, which allow customers to purchase with available funds in their current accounts
  • Prepaid cards, which allow customers to purchase with cash that has been added to the cards online, via bank transfer or in selected stores

MasterCard has also recently launched its e-wallet service, MasterPass, in the UK. With MasterPass, subscribers can:

  • Combine bank details, credit, debit, prepaid and even store loyalty card details in a single online account
  • Pay for goods online without revealing personal details

How do I sign up with MasterCard?

MasterCard credit, debit and prepaid cards are available directly from numerous major banks, building societies and financial institutions, including:

  • Bank of Scotland
  • Barclays
  • Halifax
  • Lloyds
  • NatWest
  • Santander

Most cards will require a full application, including credit checks, although prepaid cards may sometimes be issued without one.

You can sign up for MasterPass on the e-wallet's official website, you'll just need to provide your:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Email
  • Date of birth
  • A chosen password
  • Proof of identity and address (usually a copy of your passport/driving licence and a recent utility bill)

Who Accepts MasterCard?

Currently, MasterCards are accepted in over 24.6 million locations around the world. Wherever you see the MasterCard logo, you can pay with MasterCard. This includes all major online shopping stores, including Amazon and eBay, as well as most online casinos, including Coral, Winner and Leo Vegas.

The MasterPass e-wallet is currently accepted in 1,000 stores. Although most major online gambling websites are not currently featured, the list is growing fast. You can view the latest shopping directory on the MasterPass website.

How much does MasterCard cost?

Most MasterCard services form part of current account offerings from major banks and building societies, and come at no extra cost. This is particularly the case with Debit and Prepaid MasterCards.

However, some accounts may have charges, or charge for specific services. For example, if credit card debt is not repaid on time it will incur an interest charge. These charges vary by supplier, so it is important to check before signing up.

There are currently no fees or charges to use the MasterPass e-wallet.


There are numerous loyalty schemes, special offers and sign-up bonuses that come with MasterCards. They vary by supplier, so it can pay to shop around.

MasterCard also offer customers some benefits themselves, which include:

  • Special promotions and offers on the MasterCard website
  • VIP privileges and unique benefits with the World Elite MasterCard
  • Loss damage and breakage cover on credit card purchases
  • Contactless payment cards for use in selected locations
  • Spend anywhere gift cards


As one of the world's largest payment companies, MasterCard is at the very forefront of safe user transactions. Security measures include:

  • MasterCard SecureCode password protection for online payments
  • Optional mobile verification for MasterPass transactions
  • EMV Chip & Pin and Dynamic PayPass to mitigate fraud risks
  • Fraud prevention advice and a 24/7 fraud hotline

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