Prepaid Cards Break Through Conventional Restrictions and Now Behave Like Traditional Credit and Debit Cards
- Date:March 07, 2022
- Jordan Hirschfield
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The prepaid card industry has benefitted from significant technological advances in recent years, which serve to make prepaid offerings more secure, convenient, and appealing to consumers of all types. This viewpoint examines the most widely used technologies in prepaid physical cards, as well as some of the most important developing technologies in the space. After identifying the leading drivers of progress within the prepaid market, we offer readers recommendations for remaining competitive.
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