Today more than 1,900 organizations and 125 million cardholders rely on the surcharge-free MoneyPass® network from Fiserv.
With more than 37,000 ATMs nationwide, MoneyPass® is one of the largest surcharge-free networks in the nation. It’s convenient for you because you can build loyalty and do more business. It’s convenient for cardholders because they have access to their accounts at home, work and on the go.
Consumers want convenient access to their money. That’s why your cardholders can count on you when you offer them the power of connecting with MoneyPass. You can offer them:
With MoneyPass, you no longer have to direct resources toward growing your ATM fleet. We take care of that for you because your “location” can be anywhere there is a MoneyPass ATM! Instead, you can free up your time to focus on driving cardholder satisfaction and loyalty … all without having the cost of deploying additional ATMs.
For 15 years, our MoneyPass participants have looked to us to make connecting with cardholders easier and more convenient than ever before. MoneyPass participants:
MoneyPass can make your ATM a preferred destination to 95 million cardholders. How? By offering them convenient, surcharge-free access to their money at your locations. We can help you create and nurture loyalty by keeping your locations top of mind. By connecting with loyal cardholders, MoneyPass can help boost interchange and traffic at your location:
Today, prepaid cards are becoming more and more prevalent. And, like other cardholders, this market looks for connected convenience, too. That’s why MoneyPass is designed to give your cardholders the security and convenience they want. And keep you both connected. MoneyPass offers nationwide surcharge-free ATM access to keep your brand top of wallet with millions of cardholders. We can help your cardholders keep connected to their money at all times.
MoneyPass access can help increase the success of any prepaid card program. Here are some of the common types of cards providing MoneyPass access:
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