Dollar General and Rite Aid have joined the growing American Express Serve Free Cash Reload network. Serve is AmEx’s general purpose prepaid card.
Democratic Republic of Congo’s BIAC has launched the Heyano MasterCard Prepaid card. The new card is aimed at BIAC’s existing customers and those citizens who currently do not have a bank account or access to financial services.
Toronto-based Suretap has launched the launch of the suretap prepaid MasterCard. It’s a secure, easy-to-use virtual prepaid card that is now part of and only available through Canada’s leading open digital wallet experience, the suretap wallet.
CardWeb.com’s CardPixes database of more than 7,000 images today features the J.G. Wentworth Cash Now Visa.
First Data’s continued losses, laden with debt and milked by KKR minions makes its upcoming IPO for fools. The Company, valued at $40 billion, managed to lose $26 million in the second quarter which it blames on foreign currencies – total mismanagement and lack of foresight.
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.
U.S prepaid king Green Dot announced the official opening of Green Dot Shanghai Software Technology. “Green Dot Shanghai” is a new wholly-owned subsidiary of Green Dot Corporation that is located in the Zhangjiang Hi Technology Park in the Pudong district of Shanghai.
First Data (FDC) is acquiring digital gift card pioneer Transaction Wireless (TWI), the San Diego-based enterprise digital gift card distribution platform. First Data now provides its gift card clients, distributors, partners and resellers a fully integrated, comprehensive physical and digital gift card program.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features Rêv Worldwide.
After some concerns Green Dot and Walmart have kissed and made up over the Walmart MoneyCard suite of prepaid reloadable debit card products. Green Dot Bank will continue to serve as the program manager and issuing bank of the Walmart cards.
Dunkin’ Donuts is integrating Visa Checkout on and within the Dunkin’ Mobile App as a fast and easy way to purchase and reload virtual Dunkin’ Donuts Cards.
Prepaid card king Green Dot reported Q1/15 of 43% year-on-year (YOY) to $227 million. The Company was negatively impacted by approximately $12 million resulting from fewer reload transactions. Greendot also shuffled its CFO.