AccountNow, Inc

AccountNow, Inc. is one of the largest providers of prepaid debit cards in the United States. They provide alternative banking solutions to over 40 million people across the nation.

About AccountNow
Stock Symbol: Private company
Corporate Headquarters: San Ramon, CA
Address: P.O. Box 1966 San Ramon, CA 94583

AccountNow Debit Cards

ReadyDebit Platinum Prepaid Visa READYdebit Prepaid Debit Visa (“Platinum” Plan)

If you are one of those people who like lots of features with a minimum of charges, then the READYdebit Platinum Prepaid Visa may be the card for you. The ReadyDebit people have structured an almost all-inclusive product for those customers that don’t like to be nickel-and-dime’d with transaction fees for every little thing. Typical Big Bank overdraft and low-balance checking account fees will also become a thing of the past for Platinum card holders. The READYdebit Platinum Visa prepaid debit card can provide a lot of value for heavy prepaid card users with free purchase transactions (PIN or signature), free ACH debit transactions, free ATM balance inquiries/declines, free live customer service, free cash loads (merchant fees may apply) and even a free secondary user card.
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Walmart Money Card MasterCard Walmart MoneyCard MasterCard Prepaid Card

Retail giant Walmart wants to further add value to its customers by offering the prepaid Walmart MoneyCard Mastercard. You can actually get the MoneyCard in either Visa or MasterCard depending on your preference. There are also four designs to choose from – grey, black, blue or gold all displaying the Walmart logo and insignia. You can load money on the prepaid MoneyCard in a variety of ways including a visit to a Walmart store (cash or check) cashier or MoneyCenter Express machine, direct deposit of a pay or benefits check, online bank transfer or by purchasing a MoneyPak or Cash Reload card.
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UPside Visa Prepaid Debit Card - Access Plan UPside Visa Prepaid Card (Access Plan)

If you are looking for a great card with fantastic features and low fees, then take a gander at the UPside Visa prepaid card. This reloadable prepaid card requires no credit check, has free direct deposit, ample loading availability and an awesome check-writing program.
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Vision Preferred Visa prepaid card without Direct Deposit Vision Preferred Visa Prepaid Debit Card (no Direct Deposit)

The Vision Preferred Visa debit card without direct deposit offers great features and flexibility to cardholders. You can shop at any merchant recognizing the Visa logo, save loads of money in check cashing fees, and track your spending online. Read More

Young Money prepaid Discover card Young Money Prepaid Discover Card

Hip Hop style meets redefined banking with the new Young Money Prepaid Discover Card. Young Money Entertainment, founded by rapper, Lil Wayne has partnered with ACCENT Intermedia, a stored value prepaid card marketing and management company to offer a fresh, new prepaid debit card as an alternative to traditional banking. The Young Money Discover card helps you easily control your finances and requires no credit check. Multiple loading options, shopping convenience and secure transactions are a part of Young Money’s prepaid card program. Read More

Why Should I Use a Tax Refund Card?

The IRS allows you to receive your tax refund via direct deposit. It doesn’t matter whether you file electronically or by mail – direct deposit gives you access to your refund faster than if you choose to receive it as a paper check. Read More

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Recent News Items
  • Western Union and 7-Eleven Join to Offer Prepaid Cards

    According to Business Wire, global payments leader, Western Union is teaming up with 7-Eleven Convenience Stores to make available the Western Union (R) MoneyWise(TM) General Purpose Reloadable prepaid debit card in over 6,000 retail outlets in the United States. MoneyWise will be offered to the general public at select 7-Eleven outlets in early 2012.

  • ePassporte Cards: Prepaid Debit Card Issues

    One popular usage scenario for prepaid debit cards is as a mechanism to transfer payments or fees to independent contractors, including independent contractors overseas. One of the biggest card programs in this category is ePassporte. ePassporte users got a big shock this week when they found that Visa International suspended the Visa program of ePassporte’s banking partner (St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla National Bank).

  • More Mess for Meta: MetaBank iAdvance Woes Continue

    On January 4, 2011, Meta Financial Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: CASH) filed an 8K disclosing that the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) recently notified Meta (and it’s banking subsidiary, MetaBank) that it may face civil penalties based on the iAdvance product. Further, Meta may be required to reimburse iAdvance customers to some extent to be determined.

  • NetSpend Cardholders Rewarded

    In a quest to “add value” in the increasingly competitive prepaid debit card space, NetSpend (Nasdaq:NTSP) is embarking on a cardholder rewards campaign called NetSpend Payback Rewards. As a leader in the General Purpose Reloadable (GPR) prepaid card market for underbanked consumers, NetSpend hopes increase customer loyalty with another tool in their value-added cache of offerings.

  • Debit Card Interchange Fee Rule Favors Merchants

    The Federal Reserve Board published its proposed rule on debit card interchange fees and routing. The rules go much further than many expected, and have a strong pro-merchant bias. Comments on the rule must be submitted by February 22, 2011.

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