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mRupee Along with RBL bank to launch a Visa Powered Open loop prepaid card
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Jan 30, 2015
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It has been reported that mRupee has joined hands with RBL bank. In association with the bank they will be launching a new Visa powered Open Loop prepaid card. This card will make the payments easier.

Through this card the customer will get the facility to make the payments easily without bank account, the customer can easily make the payments (withdraw money) rom Visa supported ATMs as well as pay for goods and services where Visa cards are accepted, across the country.

To avail the facility customer simply needs to have the card and in order to have it customers need to visit mRupee outlets and initiate the registration and card issuance process, after the successful registration customer will be offered with the card. The process will be quick and hassle free. Other than this mRupee also offers money transfer services to any bank account in India through IMPS, mobile, DTH & data card recharge, utility payment etc.


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