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How do I access my ADP TotalPay card account?

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There are several ways to access an ADP TotalPay card account, including online and at a variety of ATM locations, according to ADP. As of 2014, the TotalPay card is now known as the ALINE card, and it can be used the same way as the TotalPay card.

Create an account online at mycard.adp.com for instant access to balance information and other options. Enjoy free transactions at all PNC Bank ATMs, Allpoint and Money Pass locations. Payroll checks and Federal tax refunds can be directly deposited on the card, or users can add money by purchasing a green dot MoneyPak card at thousands of stores across the nation.


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