Philip Reitcheck | greentrees

NetSpend Prepaid Card Review

Nov 27th 2012 at 4:39 PM

I have found a great new money making program called NetSpend....  It is one of the easiest ways I have ever found to make $20 over and over and over again.

What Is NetSpend?   A prepaid MasterCard with no overdraft fees, no finance charges, no credit card debt, no minimum balance, no credit bureau check, and no surprises!  The card works just like a bank issued debit card, only better.  You just need to load money onto your prepaid card and then you'll be able to make purchases in stores, get money from ATMs, shop on the Internet, and pay your bills.  NetSpend is the country's largest and fastest-growing Prepaid Card processor and marketer, with partnerships include leading companies serving the Prepaid Card markets, as well as strategic relationships with Card issuers, EFT and payment card associations.  With active cardholders nationwide, and processing hundreds of millions of dollars in transaction volume.

The card is issued by NetSpend Corporation (PO Box 2136; Austin, TX 78768) on the MetaBank™ of Sioux Falls, SD 57109 with branch banks in Brooking, SD, Storm Lake, IA, and Des Moines, IA.  But remember the card is only available for US residents.   MetaBank is a member FDIC bank so you're even protected if your card is ever lost or stolen, as your money is FDIC insured. 

What's In It For You?  If you are a US resident just sign up for a FREE prepaid NetSpend Mastercard, fund your card with $40 or more, and NetSpend will add another $20 to your card instantly.  Example- add $40 to your card, they add another $20, giving you $60 to spend....  And that not all, sign up additional free US resident card members and NetSpend will give you an additional $20 for each member that also fund their card.  How easy is that? 

And adding money to your card is very easy.  You can use Direct Deposit from another card, Bank Transfer from your checking/savings account, PayPal account, Reload Packs from stores, or even from Reload Centers like Walmart, DollarGeneral, etc.

Why Is NetSpend Doing This?  Easy, they are willing to PAY you just for getting their prepaid card and for referring other US residents to their prepaid card, in the hopes that you and your referrals will like the card and continue to use it.  That all there is to it.

My Option...  What a great way to earn a little extra money.  Who do you know that would not be willing to give you $40, if you guaranteed them that you would hand them back $60 instantly?  Nobody I know...

In fact I signed up my wife (she got $60 and I got another $20), my son (he got $60 and I got another $20), and my daughter (she got $60 and I got another $20).  Can you say "ca-chine"?

If you are a US resident sign up for your FREE prepaid NetSpend card today at -, get your FREE $20, and start getting $20 payments over and over and over again.

Your Friend,
Philip Reitcheck

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