Capital Prepaid Services has made loading checks more convenient with the availability of mobile check cashing for the program it manages, the BlazePays Visa Prepaid Card. The new feature allows cardholders to cash checks to their BlazePays Prepaid Card easily from virtually anywhere.
Ingo Money and TSYS’ NetSpend and prepaid provider of choice to self-banked consumers and the brands that serve them have extended the utility of NetSpend and partner-branded prepaid card accounts, providing cardholders with access to funds from checks through NetSpend’s mobile banking platforms.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features Ingo Money.
Ingo Money and Global Cash Card, a specialist in customized paycard solutions have partnered to provide the Ingo Money mobile check cashing service to Global Cash Card customers.
Atlanta-based Ingo Money, pioneer of instant, guaranteed mobile check cashing, announced today that it has received additional growth capital totaling $13.5 million. The company intends to use these funds to finance its operations and fuel accelerating growth led by overwhelming demand for its mobile check cashing and risk management platform.
After closing on its acquisition of Fuze Network on February 19 and assimilating all Fuze employees, Ingo Money is more than ready for primetime and fully expects a substantial extension of its platform nationwide.
A stunning new survey shows the average Ingo Money user loads 90% more value per month to their prepaid card than a non-user, with no measurable cannibalization of pre-existing load volume or load fee revenue. Prepaid cardholders enrolled in Direct Deposit who also use Ingo Money load 44.2 percent more value monthly than non-users.
GA-based Ingo Money has inked a deal to acquire the Fuze Network. Fuze enables its partners to add cash to more than one billion bankcards.
GA-based Ingo Money and TN-based Advance Financial are launching a co-branded, consumer-direct mobile application to digitize check cashing transactions. Ingo for Advance Financial will debut before year’s end.
Ingo Money announced the addition of Dickson Chu as executive vice president, Corporate Development and chief product officer. In this role, he will lead the company’s strategic corporate development efforts and oversee the evolution and development of Ingo Money’s product roadmap and user experience. Chu brings over 25 years of leadership experience in financial services technology, digital payments and marketplace innovation. An accomplished general manager and innovator, Chu most recently served as investor and active advisor to a number of emerging companies. Previously, Chu served as senior vice president, Merchant Solutions at LivingSocial, evolving the company’s strategy to create a new merchant-focused business line. He also spent nearly two years at Citi as managing director, Digital Networks in the Global Enterprise Payments business unit, where he was responsible for the development of global e-commerce and m-commerce capabilities, as well as the development and launch of Citi’s Google Wallet platform. Before joining Citi, Chu spent six years at PayPal, most recently serving as vice president and head of Global Products and Experience. In this role he led product strategy, development and user experience design for millions of consumers and merchant customers, having previously served as global general manager for PayPal’s Global Merchant Services business, which he helped grow from $60 million to more than $1 billion.
COCC will now recommend the integrated, multi-channel Mortgagebot “PowerSite” POS platform to its clients and prospects as a preferred solution. The Mortgagebot “PowerSite” platform for mortgage POS automation integrates a lender’s consumer-direct mortgage Web site with every other mortgage POS channel. The “PowerSite” platform is an integrated POS (IPOS) platform with award-winning, “smart” application technology that enables online consumers, branch staff, call-center representatives, and loan officers to complete error-free mortgage applications in as little as 20 minutes.
Highway Toll Administration has partnered with Travelocity to offer the
“TravelPass” e-toll devices for car rentals. Customers can book their
car rental through Travelocity and
choose the âAdd a Toll Deviceâ option. A “TravelPass” electronic toll tag
is sent first-class mail or an expedited service on request.
At the end of the trip, the renter sends the
“TravelPass” tag back to HTA in a postage-paid return
envelope, and the credit or debit card will be charged $1.99 for each
dayâs usage, plus the cost of all tolls incurred. The “TravelPass” toll
tag is initially being accepted
in the Northeast and Midwest.