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InComm, Jackson Hewitt to launch GPR card

Tuesday 8 October 2013 | 12:26 PM CET

InComm, a US-based prepaid product and transaction services company has teamed up with Jackson Hewitt (JH), a provider of service tax preparation to launch the JH Preferred Card in November 2013.

The general purpose reloadable (GPR) card is a banking alternative and a fee structure that provides consumers with a financial tool. There are no fees for purchase transactions, calls to customer service, or card-to-card transfers.

JH Preferred enables consumers to direct deposit tax refunds to their card and load cash at Vanilla Reload retail locations across the US for a fee up to USD 3.95. JH Preferred also offers cardholders rewards, a mobile app, and other money management tools.

JH Preferred Prepaid Visa Cards are issued by Sutton Bank pursuant to a license from Visa and can be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service is a provider of individual federal and state income tax preparation services, with 6,800 franchised and company-owned locations throughout the US, including 2,800 located in Walmart stores nationwide, and 400 Sears stores in the US and Puerto Rico for the 2013 tax season.

InComm is a provider of prepaid products, services and transaction technologies to retailers, brands and consumers. InComm supports 400,000 points of distribution. InComm has offices in North and South America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

In recent news, InComm has launched its in-store digital sales program. The program allows retailers to expand their prepaid offerings into new product categories like downloadable music, e-books, digital gift cards and others by enabling consumers to purchase these digital products at trusted brick-and-mortar store locations.

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