When you take out a loan, withdraw your savings or when your Christmas Club savings get paid out, what do you do next? If you decide on a cheque, you have to wait for it to clear before it gets to your account. It’s quicker with a Faster Payments transfer, but you still have the inconvenience of writing cheques. And walking around with wads of cash is just plain dangerous. Ultimately, the modern way is to use plastic. This is where a Visa Debit card comes in.
The Vox Money Visa Debit Card
We are no longer offering Vox cards to new applicants, however, if you already have an account, you can continue to manage it by clicking the button below.
Please note that Vox Money are solely responsible for managing your account, so if you have any problems or queries you need to contact them directly. City of Plymouth Credit Union do not have access to their systems so cannot help.
- Individual Sort Code and Account Number
- Faster Payments
- Direct Debits
- Mobile Apps
- 24/7 Customer Service
- Retailer Cashback rewards
- Regular payment tools
- Competitive costs
* Vox Money Costs
The costs of the Vox Money card can be found on their web site. For full details, click here.
The Vox Money account and card are issued by Omnio EMI Limited (OEL), which is a principal member of Visa and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (Firm reference 900123) with its registered office at Unit 3, Office Village, Chester Business Park, Chester, CH4 9QP.
Vox Money is a trading name and product owned by Appleton Computer Limited company registration number (02913145) whose registered office is Floor 8, Waverley House, 7 -12 Noel Street, SOHO, London, W1F 8GQ.
The Vox Money Visa Debit Card is an electronic money product and although it is a product regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, it is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. However, in the unlikely event that OMNIO EMI Ltd becomes insolvent, funds that you have loaded are protected against claims made by creditors.