MYPLASH already offers a selection of over 100 action sports, entertainment, music, and lifestyle brand card designs. But now, for the first time, every cardholder can also choose to create a custom card design. Users simply upload an appropriate image, edit their design, and place their order. Of course, designs are subject to review for appropriate content and copyright infringement, but this feature adds a creative new way for consumers to express themselves.
“Our young cardholders are driven by a desire to establish their independence and express their personalities,” says MYPLASH President and CEO, Brian Newberry. “This new custom design option beautifully addresses both of those needs so that they can learn to manage their finances responsibly without sacrificing their individuality.”
The MYPLASH Prepaid MasterCard works everywhere Debit MasterCard is accepted, requires no credit check, and is available for adults or for teens with parental consent. It can also be reloaded online or at more than 100,000 retail locations via the MasterCard rePower Network or Green Dot MoneyPak. MYPLASH™ Prepaid MasterCard® Card is issued by University National Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to license by MasterCard International Incorporated.
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