Prepaid – Debit Cards
Prepaid Debit Cards – Personal Banking – Direct Deposit
First Financial is pleased to offer a secure and economical way to shop, pay bills, budget, dispense money to teenagers and more. The prepaid debit card keeps your cash safe while avoiding bank fees. It’s safer and more convenient than using cash, and doesn’t even require a credit check or application to obtain!
Click this button to get a prepaid debit card or cards in a matter of days!
With far lower fees than a bank account, the prepaid debit still provides all of these perks!
- Paycheck Direct Deposit
- Cash Withdrawal Access at more than 25,000 ATM Machines
- Accepted at All Stores that Accept Visa and MasterCard
- Easy Bill Pay
- Client Invoicing
- Mobile Check Capture and Deposit
- Automatic Tax Refund Deposit
- Purchase Protection
- Fraud Protection
- Transfers to and from Regular Bank Accounts
- Spending Limit Tracking and Setting
- Convenient Christmas and Vacation Funds
- Friendly 24/7 Customer Service
- No Overdraft fees
- No Liability for Unauthorized Purchases
- A Budgeting Tool
First Financial Prepaid Debit Card Is Your Thrifty Approach to Banking
It comes as a surprise to many that a portion of Americans do not have their money at traditional banks. Instead, 10 million of us keep our money safe and convenient by using prepaid debit cards. The fees are so much lower than those charged by banks for traditional checking accounts.
More, where the banks behind your credit cards set the limit on how much you can spend, with the prepaid debit card you dictate the limit. This feature keeps kids’ spending under control and puts a psychological limit on your own. It helps develop strict money management habits in consumers of all ages!
The prepaid debit card dispenses with the hassles of writing checks once and for all! Just a swipe and you’re on your way. You can also check your monthly statements and spending daily. Our online account access is available on your smartphone and laptop. You can even sign up for a daily alert that emails that tell you just how much is on the card any given day.
Prepaid Debit Cards Are as Safe as Traditional Banking
The prepaid debit card keeps money safe for the 10 million American families who chose to forego bank accounts. As a leading U.S. provider of financial services, we know that not everyone banks in the same way. The debit card’s pin and signature prevents thieves and others from spending your money. Even if you lose the card, unless you’ve given out your pin, there’s no way another can get the money it contains. I think we’ve all felt the thrill of finding a dollar or more on the ground or in a pocket. A debit card lying on the ground just doesn’t offer much reward and will most likely be thrown away.
Further, if you register your prepaid debit card, you CAN recover your money.
Finally, we understand that today’s financial transactions taking place over the internet can worry consumers. First Financial uses 128-bit encryption or “banking level” security. It’s the most powerful level of security the U.S. Treasury Department even allows. Your money has little chance of being taken by internet hackers.
Prepaid Debit Cards Gaining in Popularity
The last few years has seen a rise in the use of prepaid debit cards. You can’t go to a grocery store these days without seeing a display of them. Still, First Financial gets you prepaid debit cards via the mail in amounts you choose. Avoid the hassle and expense of buying in a store.
Indeed, the number of Americans using prepaid debit cards has risen from 47% in 2012 to 56% in 2014. Prepaid cards are popular with Millennials. In 2014, 69% of adults between 18 and 24 bought a prepaid debit card. Statistics like these prompt people to say that our future will be cashless.
Get Your Prepaid Debit Card or Cards Today!
A few clicks on your tablet, smartphone or laptop, and your prepaid debit cards are on their way. There’s no application to fill out and no check to your credit. Budget and bank better, smarter with First Financial prepaid debit cards! Get yours here:
 “Payment Method Statistics 2015.” www.Creditcards.com January 15, 2015. www.Creditcards.com/credit-card-news/payment-method-statistics-1276.php