|Question text:|| First, we want to ask you a few questions related to your actual experience with reloadable prepaid cards.
A reloadable prepaid card works like a bank or credit union debit card but is not attached to an actual checking account. The card can be used to make purchases at merchants or online and to withdraw cash at ATMs. Similar to a checking account, funds can be deposited into, or “loaded” on, the card with cash at retail partners or employer direct deposit. The balance can be spent down by making purchases, and additional funds can be “reloaded” allowing the card to be used again and again. These cards generally do not allow users to “overdraw” when using the card. Instead transactions that would create a negative balance are declined. To be clear: This is not a gift card, a rebate card, or a payroll card provided by your employer.
Have you ever purchased a reloadable prepaid card that works like a bank or credit union debit card, but is not attached to an actual checking account for yourself, or, helped someone else purchase this type of card? Again, to be clear: This is not a gift card, a rebate card, or a payroll card provided by your employer.
|Answer type:||Radio buttons|
|Answer options:||1 Yes
|Label:||EVER PURCHASED PREPAID CARD|