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As prepaid innovation leaders, we are always looking at new and advanced ways to make our programs more accessible and convenient for both clients and cardholders. Alongside the surge in mobile payment innovation of recent years, we developed our own multi-faceted mobile strategy to stay in front of industry standards and anticipate the needs of our clients and their cardholders.
To this end, we’ve mobile-enabled all of our cardholder-facing portals to ensure that redemption, balance-checking, account maintenance and other features function properly and are easy to use across all popular devices.
The strategy also includes our Mobile wallet, which offers cardholders the ability to add an additional layer of security to their cards, and makes collection and organization of multiple physical and virtual cards easy. Plus, it means fully understanding and embracing payment mechanisms such as Apple Pay.
We recognize that acceptance of mobile payments is becoming industry standard, and we’ve taken steps to ensure our cards work seamlessly with the most popular applications and networks as consumer preference and merchant capabilities change.
We take security seriously. Our mobile options and platforms are protected with the most comprehensive and advanced security. They provide cardholders the ability to manage accounts with the utmost confidence that their funds, transactions and personal information are well safeguarded.
The latest advancement in payment technology is already at your fingertips—and next month, mobile wallet integration arrives at Swift. Your program participants will have the ability to add any of their USD prepaid Mastercard® or Visa® cards to their Apple Pay®
Recent research from the world of health and wellness champions the use of incentives to motivate individuals. In a study conducted by Higi, a leading health company, 159,000 participants with hypertension were challenged to reduce their blood pressure. Prepaid cards were used as the incentive to change lifestyle and engage in healthier behaviors.