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The Green Sheet Online Edition

April 25, 2016 • Issue 16:04:02

Readers Speak

Prepaid card issuing

I have a client who is looking to issue prepaid debit cards (private branded or non-branded). He is looking to issue about 500,000 cards with about $3 million in dollar volume to unbanked individuals who will be making purchases in the United States.

Please let me know any contact or source you can point me to regarding the issuance of prepaid debit.

Rich Reid, Vista Business Services richreid@optonline.net

Rich,

The following organizations should be able to lead you to companies that can help with prepaid card issuing:

Also, The Prepaid Press Expo (tpp Expo) will take place in Las Vegas in August 2016. If you can make it there, the networking opportunities on the exhibit floor and elsewhere during the show are likely to connect you with providers qualified to help you. The show's website is www.prepaidpressexpo.com.

In addition, our archives contain articles that may be of use to you. The search function, which can be accessed from the left-hand column of our home page, www.greensheet.com, isn't Google; it searches only for the exact words or phrases you enter. I suggest entering variations on "prepaid debit card," "issuing," "program," etc., in the fields provided.

I hope this information is of use to you and wish you and your client the best of luck in finding a provider.

Editor

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