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Monday, September 12, 2005

NetSpend Corporation To Sell New Prepaid Visa Debit Cards At Safeway Stores

You will very soon be able to buy a Visa branded prepaid debit card at your local Safeway store. Safeway, one of America's largest and well-known supermarket chains, will sell 2 types of the All-Access prepaid Visa cards: a typical re-loadable prepaid card and a prepaid gift card that will be available preloaded with $25, $50 or $100. The new card will cost $9.95 to purchase, will not require the purchaser to have a bank account and no credit checks will be performed. The fact that this new card is co-branded with Visa means that purchasers of the card will enjoy worldwide acceptance for purchasing all manner of goods and services wherever the Visa logo is displayed.

The most unique and interesting feature of this new prepaid Visa card is the All Access National Savings Program which gives the purchaser the option of linking the prepaid card to a federally insured, interest-bearing savings account. Click here to read more about this new prepaid card...


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