Two new prepaid debit card programs are being unveiled at some food retailers to make "plastic" money vehicles more available to those unable to obtain traditional credit or debit cards. Earlier this month, Next Estate Communications, Monrovia, Calif., introduced a reload platform allowing consumers who purchase several other unaffiliated debit card brands, as well as its own Green Dot branded prepaid Visa/MasterCard debit cards, to reload cash value on the cards at any retail location ...

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