Rather than getting a credit card or opening a checking account, get the ACE Elite™ Prepaid Debit Card. Direct deposit your government benefits check or payroll check on to your prepaid debit card and get paid up to two days faster.1 Use your card wherever Visa® debit cards are accepted, including, but not limited to, ATMs and online purchases. The ACE Elite™ Card also allows you to pay bills online.
If title loans are available at your store, your title could quickly get you access to the cash you need with a title loan at ACE. A satisfaction guarantee of 72 hours comes with every loan. Pay nothing more if you change your mind and return the loan within the satisfaction guarantee period.
Unlike other companies, we cash most types of checks in any amount, even the hard to cash ones. Visit your nearest store to load money onto an ACE Elite™ Prepaid Debit Card or get your cash in hand. Avoid long lines when cashing your checks with ACE - no bank account needed and no holding of funds. With our convenient check cashing service, you can get your cash without the hassle because we don't require a bank account. Turn to ACE!
ACE Store 2363
6525 Nicollet Ave
Richfield, MN 55423
You can't miss us at the intersection of E 66th St and Nicollet Ave. We are a walk-in store with plenty of free parking places. We offer helpful financial services such as MoneyGram® and prepaid debit cards at this location. We have enjoyed serving the community of Richfield since 2007.
MetroTransit does a great job making sure you are dropped near our store. Bus lines #18, #515, and #554 stop at W 66th St and Nicollet Ave, which is the closest to our store.
Our location has a great selection of stores and restaurants within its vicinity. Richfield Hub and West Shopping Center, Walgreens, and many other businesses are located within walking distance from us. Places to eat such as Dairy Queen and El Tejaban Mexican Grill are also not far away from our store.
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1. Faster funding claim is based on a comparison of MetaBank's policy of making funds available upon receipt of payment instruction versus the typical banking practice of posting funds at settlement. Fraud prevention restrictions may delay availability of funds with or without notice. Early availability of funds requires payor’s support of direct deposit and is subject to the timing of payor’s payment instruction.