The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants prepaid card users to have financial protections similar to those enjoyed by consumers who have bank accounts and credit cards.
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Prepaid credit cards are convenient, but high fees make them a costly choice.
Prepaid cards are known for coming with a lot of fees — but some aren’t so bad, Consumer Reports says.
Prepaid payroll cards can make money for banks, and save money for the employers who use them, but they come with heavy fees for employees, many of whom are already earning low wages.
These cards have lower fees and better terms than they did a few years ago, but they do have drawbacks.
The company’s partnering with American Express to offer a new option: Bluebird. See how its fees stack up to the others.
Prepaid cards can be a useful alternative to credit cards and checking accounts, but they vary radically in cost and convenience. Here’s what to look for.
The ripoffs are the same old deal, but now MoneyPak is an acceptable method to part you from your money.
From lawyers to calling cards, prepaid services can be convenient. But they’re not always cost-effective. Here are four you might be better off avoiding.
Parents like to use these cards to give allowances or emergency cash to older kids, but they have other uses that probably haven’t occurred to you.
Prepaid cards are a way to train your teen to use plastic responsibly without the risks of credit cards. Just get one with the lowest possible fees.
One of the most sophisticated cybercrime attacks ever was pulled off with the help of ‘cashing crews’ that accessed massive numbers of ATMs.
The Kardashian sisters may have put the kabosh on their high-fee credit card, but a slew of new celebrity/cartoon cards have just hit the market – and the fees aren’t too much better.
If you’re a frequent user of PayPal, this prepaid debit card has some great features.
When it was time for her first paycheck, she was given a prepaid debit card that came with a host of fees instead.
Your college-bound child will benefit greatly from knowing about these basic money tools. And so will you.
Users of the Approved Card are being urged to spend their remaining money on the plastic before July 1.
Justin Bieber has become the latest celebrity to enter the prepaid debit card market. Here’s what you should know before you offer to foot the bill.
Getting Social Security payments by prepaid debit card or direct deposit hasn’t worked out well for all recipients.
Last year, who would have predicted credit card use would drop and debit card use would rise? Well, we did, actually. So here are predictions for next year.
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