Category Archives: prepaid cards

The absurd world of payroll prepaid cards in the US, Workers Feel Sting of Fees

Paid via Card, Workers Feel Sting of Fees – NYTimes.com. The US obsession with prepaid cards has led to this bizarre world where providing prepaid cards to the unbanked population is hurting them through a pletora of unregulated fees. While … Continue reading

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Why Consumers Choose Prepaid Cards?

Why Consumers Choose Prepaid Cards – TMG Blog. Here’s good insight from focus groups into the drivers of prepaid card adoption. Anonymity and hard budgeting constraints are the main ones. But it’s unclear how consumers perceive the fees applied to … Continue reading

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