PAYjr Prepaid Visa Buxx
The PAYjr Visa Buxx Card offers somfething for both parents and their teen children. With this reloadable prepaid card, parents remain secure knowing where their teens' money comes from and where it ends up. At the same time, teens gain a financial education while enjoying the freedom and flexibility of paying with plastic.
As a payment for their kids' chores and allowances, parents can load and reload money onto this prepaid card directly from their bank account. Through the free PAYjr Chore and Allowance management System, adults can manage chores and allowances, as well as creating printable chore calendars. Then, adults can provide an individual child with specific monetary amounts.
Parents and their kids can both go online to review chores through the website, as well as print chore charts. Meanwhile, the system keeps track of the balance owed. SMS text messaging and e-mail alerts keep parents and their kids up-to-date on activity, such as balances and funds loaded onto the card.
Teens will not only learn about earning money through the PAYjr Chore and Allowance System, but they get the chance to spend it, too. When they are ready, kids can make payments with their PAYjr card anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted, with the exception of adult oriented merchants.
With card design styles that include blue and pink, teens will be happy to show off their PAYjr Prepaid Visa Buxx Card.
Parents will be glad to know that their children are prevented from using the card at places where teens should not be spending money, and that they can track where their teen's money goes. Adults will also feel secure knowing that the money they load onto the PAYjr Prepaid Visa is safer than cash. Funds loaded onto the PAYjr Prepaid card are FDIC insured.
Furthermore, adults can access the account online for free, with the added comfort of knowing customer support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The PAYjr Prepaid Visa Buxx Card is easy for both parents and their kids to love.
Published: May 25, 2007