One4All Gift Card Spending Guidelines

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One4All Gift Card Spending Guidelines

One4all Gift Cards are accepted by hundreds of stores in Ireland, but there are certain guidelines that you need to follow while using your gift card. This gift card can be used as a Visa Debit card anytime you buy something from a physical retailer or online store. Every gift card has its expiry date, make sure that you spend all the value before it expires.

 

When you pay in-store, you can spend more than the balance of your gift card and pay in cash or your other card for an excess amount. However you are not able to pay for online shops with separate payment methods, and there is a maximum cap of € 50.00 where you cannot spend more than that in any order online. In addition, you will need to check whether the store accepts One4All gift cards before you continue to the payment point.

 

At One4All website, SMS, phone enquiry, and One4All mobile applications, you can check your card balance at any time. You are able to spend the One4all Gift Cards free of charge for the first 12 months from the date of purchase. After that, you will be charged at €1.45 monthly, deducted from your available balance until it becomes zero balance.

 

At Accounting-Pro, every umbrella contractor is entitled to claim a One4All voucher every year. If you would like to know more about our service and extra benefits, please contact us today!

 

Accounting Pro is Ireland’s premier payroll accounting service.  We are here to help the busy contractor and company, with all your accounting and payroll needs. We are both an umbrella company and umbrella corporation and we can create your limited company. We are experts in contractor pensions, contractor health insurance, illness and sick benefit for the self employed and contractor expenses. To learn more about what we do please review https://accounting-pro.ie/  and contact us by email:  info@accounting-pro.ie or phone us +353 1 592 1802. For the UK see Accounting-Pro UK. “One4All Gift Card Spending Guidelines” is an article written by Accounting-Pro Ireland for the benefit of everyone. Feel free to share it but please give attribution on a CC BY-SA license.

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