nFinanSe Adds Another Retail Partner for the nFinanSe Prepaid Debit Cards

nFinanSe’s $3 Visa and Discover Reloadable Prepaid Debit Cards are now available at Stripes convenience store locations throughout the Southwestern United States. A publisher for Consumer Reports noted that nFinanSe cards offered cards to the public at the lowest price available along with Walmart.

Jerry R. Welch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of nFinanSe announced:

“We believe that our industry low, customer-friendly pricing combined with the excellent everyday store traffic at Stripes locations will encourage initial trial, usage and early adoption of Reloadable Prepaid Debit Cards among Stripes customers.”

In a 2010 Consumers Union report, 19 prepaid card issuers were studied, and nFinanSe along with Walmart were found to have the lowest card sales price of $3. nFinanSe was singled out for the lowest monthly maintenance fee of $2.95 and lowest ATM withdrawal fee of $0.99.

Mr. Welch continued:

“Stripes will now be able to offer their customers a feature rich Visa or Discover Reloadable Prepaid Card with fees actually lower than Walmart. This, plus the convenience of their store locations and the uniqueness of their merchandise mix should help make Stripes a destination for the sale and reloading of Prepaid Debit Cards.”

Stripes is incorporated as Corpus Cristi, Texas-based, Susser Holdings, a family-led business operating more than 520 convenience stores in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico primarily under the Stripes and Town & Country banners. For further information about Stripes, please visit

nFinanSe believes that their Reloadable Prepaid Visa and Discover Cards offer the best overall pricing in the marketplace at this time. The Company also offers FREE payroll direct deposit, FREE 24/7/365 live agent bilingual customer service (English and Spanish) in the US and FREE text message alerts including debit card purchase and balance information after each transaction. For more information about nFinanSe, please visit

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