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Not so long ago, one could only go to their local bank and open an
account to have access to checks and debit cards. More and more
consumers became frustrated with interest fees on savings accounts and
overdraft fees sometimes costing them hundreds of dollars per week.
Because of this, The prepaid card industry has begun to make a big
impact on how people choose to bank.
http://www.Netspend.com is one of the leaders in the industry offering services to those who have no credit/bad credit and can not get a traditional bank account. Many users have chosen to use prepaid card services like netspend for online purchases to avoid identity theft and hacking, since you cannot go over the amount loaded on to the card.
Users can "load" their prepaid mastercard or visa in a variety of options. They can have their pay or government checks direct deposited on to their personalized card, transfer from their bank account, visit any western union or moneygram location, and in a unique twist that differs from other prepaid card companies cardholders can load it via netspend.com with their bank debit card. Family and friends can load cards from any location as well making it less of a hassle to send money instantly to loved ones in need. Anyone who has a netspend account can send money free to another cardholder and multiple cards can be issued to spouses and other family members including children aged 13 and older.
Netspend offers users many ways to pay bills as well. By using their mastercard or visa cardholders can pay bills by phone or online, set up automatic payments with their utility companies and even send checks and money orders to anyone. Users can make "virtual cards" for online purchases to protect them from their sensitive information getting in the hands of scammers and making them less vunerable to identity theft. Working much like a traditional bank account the only thing a user cannot do with their netspend account is cash checks. Fees associated with prepaid cards might turn potential users away. Most companies offer base monthly plans for card usage and ATM withdrawl and netspend is no different. Unlike other major prepaid card companies, they have a variety of user selected fee plans that allows the cardholder to decide which plan is right for them and pay for only the services they need.