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  • The Real Value to Leading with Creativity in Financial Services

    What has ultimately won customers and creative awards for Netspend and our partners is the ability to cultivate a forward-thinking creative engine that can continue to serve our multiple audiences. It’s a holistic win for the entire Netspend organization, but specifically our team members, customers, and partners.
  • The stimulus has arrived – here’s how to help your customers

    For more than 20 years, Netspend has been providing payment solutions for U.S. consumers and enabling access to tax refunds, Social Security income payments and other government benefits as quickly, easily and securely as possible. Since Friday, April 10th, Netspend has processed hundreds of thousands of deposits for its customers, accounting for nearly $1 billion in stimulus payments, averaging between $1,200 to $2,700 per deposit.
  • Netspend Partners with WWE to Bring Financial Solutions to the WWE Universe

    Netspend and WWE announced a partnership that will bring the WWE Universe a series of general purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid debit cards, featuring WWE Superstars Becky Lynch, AJ Styles, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, The Undertaker and The New Day, as well as the WWE Championship Title Belt. The WWE Universe can now express their loyalty through a WWE-branded Netspend card that provides accessible financial services to help them manage their money, their way.
  • Guide: Four Strategies to Address the Talent Crunch

    Three in five employers struggle to fill job vacancies within three months1, and research shows these challenges will only grow: per some forecasts, the global talent shortage could reach 85.2 million people by 2030.2 This all adds up to a talent crunch3 — and unprecedented shortages of top-tier talent. It also poses many challenges for companies seeking to fill open slots or grow their teams. How do you attract and retain top talent in a cost-effective way? How do you keep your competitive edge when jobseekers have so many options?