Earn $20 Free Through NetSpend Prepaid Debit Cards


Netspend is a company that offers prepaid debit cards (both Visa and Mastercard). These cards give you access to a wide range of services including direct deposit, money transfers and more. Many people use these cards as a safer alternative when doing business online because the money is loaded on to the card and if stolen can only be used for the amount on the card ( but they do have theft protection services as well so don’t worry!) These cards can be used anywhere in-store or online that takes major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, etc.)

How Do I Get the Promotional Money?

All you need to do – is use one of the links provided on this page and sign up for a card. The card will be mailed to you in usually less than a week. Once you receive the card, jump online and use PayPal, employment direct deposit or bank transfer to load the card with at least $40 – once you have done that – you will receive $20 just for using our link and loading your card — It’s that easy.

The best part is – it doesn’t stop there – once you have loaded you card and have become an active member – you will be able to invite friends so they can make $20 too!

If you want the promotional money but are not interested in keeping the card – wait for the promo money to hit and then simply move the funds back to your bank via Netspend’s transfer tools.

The site is super easy to use – and I would suggest getting a feel for the card and how it works especially if you do a lot of business online.

Click HERE to be taken to the NetSpend Promo Signup

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Posted on February 24, 2015, in Free money, Freebies, Frugal Life, making money online and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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