Sightline Interactive, along with its partner Vantiv, Inc. has announced it has entered into an agreement with Californian gaming and entertainment provider Colusa Casino (Colusa). Sightline Interactive is a subsidiary of Sightline Payments, a payments company to the land-based and online gaming industry.
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Over the next several weeks, Colusa will launch its new prepaid card program by sending its best customers their own personalized Colusa Prepaid card. As a valuable Colusa customer, they will receive USD50-USD100 in free play on their loyalty account simply by activating and using their new card, and will pay no transaction fees for cash withdrawals or gaming transactions done on property.
For gaming purposes, Colusa cardholders can transfer funds, in real-time, utilizing Sightline’s proprietary closed-loop SPAN network. Using the open-loop general purpose reloadable prepaid card, which runs on the Discover network, cardholders can make cash withdrawals (including ATM) or purchases within or outside the Colusa property for travel, dining, hotel and more at locations everywhere Discover cards are accepted.
“Our prepaid card program is a powerful way new way for Colusa to reward its customers and experience a casino world beyond cash, and we are excited that Colusa has embraced what we believe is a game changing payment technology,” said Kirk Sanford, Sightline Payments Founder and CEO.
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