You’ve committed yourself to half a million dollars in student loan debt and discovered no jobs are available in your field: now what? Welcome to the trajectory of law school graduates, who have found themselves struggling to adapt to the current economy. Thinking of a Juris Doctorate? It might be time to think again.
Prepaid credit cards are an economically smart and secure method of managing your money. In addition, with so many prepaid options to choose from, you can be sure there’s a prepaid card that fits your lifestyle. Whether you prefer to have your cash directly deposited to your prepaid card, have cash transferred via wire service or PayPal or opt to have funds added to the card at one of more than 100,000 authorized locations, it’s your decision. Whatever method you choose, you control how much money is added and how much you spend.
Shop online, pay bills—it’s all hassle-free!
Prepaid cards offer the buying freedom of credit or debit cards, but without the interest charges and overdraft fees. Still, you can shop with confidence knowing that prepaid credit cards are accepted by all retailers that accept credit and debit cards, so you have the freedom to shop without all of the hassle and worry.
Access your account online anytime!
With free online access to your account, you can track your spending at anytime. View your account history, spending history and spending summary and determine if the spending limit you set works for you. If you want to add more or less funds, you may do so whenever you choose. You set the limit and you have complete control.
Improve your credit score
Using a prepaid card is also a terrific way to build your credit history. Simply use your prepaid card each time pay your rent, utilities and other bills and you’re safely building your credit history. Only payment information will be added to your account, so potential creditors will be able to see your payment history and make lending decisions based on that history and your credit score.