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Visa Cash & Mondex Cards - Guest Book & Comments New Entry  

Rich Kanski
by kingofallsarcasm@verizon.net on 
I have all unused fully loaded smart Visa cards from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Is it true that after the games the loaded money is no longer usuable and if so do they have any value at all?
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Jason Kay
by jason@akoria.org on 
Paul, great site! I have a complete set of unused, fully loaded First Union Visa Cash trial, production, post-production, and employee cards. These range from their industry seminar trial cards, the 1996 Atlanta Olympic cards, the employee-issue internal use cards for their Charlotte, NC campus (seen at http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=&sll=35.312446,-80.772225&sspn=0.002823,0.005681&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=&t=h&ll=35.313129,-80.772032&spn=0.005647,0.011362&z=17). Additionally, I have a set of both used and unused Visa SmartCheckCards from First Union. Finally, I have a set of 10 different styles of card readers - from keychain balance readers to wallet-sized transaction history readers. Unfortunately, most of my readers have internal batteries that are not designed to be user replaceable, and I'm leery of trying to open them.

I need to take a closer look at your First Union pages, but I'd be happy to scan and send along any you images you might not have. Thanks for putting this resource together, I'm a huge fan!
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Mondex At the Bank of Scotland
by Jan Johnson on 

Mondex was trialled at the Bank of Scotland's Management Services Division in Edinburgh in the 1990's. Mondex was accepted in our staff canteen and our vending machines were also modified to accept Mondex.

 

I have lost my card reader but still have the mouse mat. The logo used is three interlocking yellow rings with the words MONDEX in capitals in the centre and a white border on a deep blue background. Photos available if required!

 

I don't like leaving email addresses but I can be contacted via the following website http://www.coullcollectibles.com

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Mike McCormack
by mike.mccormack@palmaadvisors.com on 

Very nice site. I worked on the Wells Fargo employee Mondex pilot in '95, ran the merchant side of it. I have a couple of Mondex cards from Wells Fargo (my own personalized with my name) which I will contribute images of. I wish I had held onto some of the 'merchant' cards we were distributing, they were colored copper and looked quite nice. Who knows where they all went. Please contact me and let me know where to mail them to.
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joel johnson
by jjohnsonhamburg@hotmail.com on 
I was involved with the oki "valuechecker", a small device to read the balance on epurse cards. Somewhere I have a box of them for visa and mondex and other european trials. Does anyone know if there is a collectors market for these?
thx
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Irv Wentzien
by wentzien@aol.com on 
As the development manager for Visa Cash, it's really nice to see your efforts in keeping the history alive. Good job, Paul. And maybe I'll get my act together regarding sales of some of the hundreds of Visa Cash cards I've got.
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Yvonne
by yvonnesbandb@hotmail.com on 
Nice infomative site
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mrs
by yvonne on 

Hi, folks,  I was loking up phone cards on ebay I entered mondex in the search and nothing came up as being listed, so I went to search the web and your site came up, I was interested to see there was such an intrest in the history of mondex cards.

I have one of the cards that were used in the trials that originally took place in Swindon wilts England.      

                                                   Regards Yvonne  

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vicky Delellis
by info@svc-collectables.com on 
this is a great page for information, and background on all the cashcards that have been released, I have been a dealer in visa cash cards since 1996, as well as a collector,I have found of late that interest is coming back into the smart cards, which is great for all the collectors left out there.good on you Paul for your great web page,and i hope for my sake and the rest of the collectors out there, that smart cards make a comeback.
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chuc carr
by chuc0419@gmail.com on 
good product
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York Xu
by xuyiic@hotmail.com on 
Hi.I am living in Shanghai ,China.My english is very poor, hope u can understand what I write below.
I'm a fan and collector of bankcard(credit,debit,visacash,Mondex cards) .This is really a great website of Visacash and Mondex card. I like those cards on this website very mush,and I wonder how or where can I buy or exchang these cards with the collectors over the world through internet.
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York Xu
by xuyiic@hotmail.com on 
Hi.I am living in Shanghai ,China.My english is very poor, hope u can understand what I write below.
I'm a fan and collector of bankcard(credit,debit,visacash,Mondex cards) .This is really a great website of Visacash and Mondex card. I like those cards on this website very mush,and I wonder how or where can I buy or exchang these cards with the collectors over the world through internet.
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Stig Buchard
by stigbuchard@email.dk on 
Hey.
I live in Denmark and i'm a great fan of both the Danish Danmønt card and the more worldwide Visa Cash card. This is a really nice web-page you have put together. Do you have any story aboyt the spanish Visa Cash cards, it seems as if there has been some cards combined with Visa Electron used at some university.
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Barry Ellis
by jormac@xtra.co.nz on 
Hi I live in Christchurch New Zealand and was the project manager who implemented the Mondex trial in New Zealand. I was also involved in a stadium implementation of VisaCash and represented the New Zealand banks on a variety of VisaCash and Smart Card forums.

I knew the late Bruce Phillips well and have a wide collection of Mondex and VisaCash cards from New Zealand

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Greg Haslow
by hasg@juno.com on 
Where did the name Mondex come from? Is it an abbreviation, or was it compiled from two different words?
Thank you for your help.
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Lisa Causey
by lisacausey@comcast.net on 
Great site with a lot of informative and helpful information. It's nice not only to collect Visa Cash/Mondex/Gift Cards, but to know the history about why the cards were produced and to know which ones to hunt down.
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Paul Steger
by psteger@hotmail.com on 
Welcome to the new Guest Book section of Visa Cash and Mondex cards website! Please leave your name and comments and we will post!
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