The continuing future of prepaid cards.Recently, some new entrants into the general-purpose

The continuing future of prepaid cards.Recently, some new entrants into the general-purpose

Recently, newer and more effective entrants in to the reloadable-prepaid-card that is general-purpose also have approached charges differently, signaling a possible shift far from nickel-and-diming consumers. American Express’s Bluebird card, established jointly with Walmart, does not have any month-to-month costs at all, however it prices for some solutions. While the Chase Liquid card has an approach that is somewhat different with a $4.95 month-to-month cost for several clients but free deposits and withdrawals at all Chase branches and ATMs. Continue reading “The continuing future of prepaid cards.Recently, some new entrants into the general-purpose”