13 February 2016

Osper enlists allpay for prepaid card aimed at under-18s

27 August 2014  |  2245 views  |  0 Source: allpay

allpay, the UK’s fastest growing card services provider, is supporting prepaid innovator, Osper, with its first class manufacturing, personalisation and fulfilment application for its signature bright orange plastic prepaid card.

The Osper Card aims to equip young people with an easy-to-use platform to enable them to develop their money management skills. The Card facilitates cash withdrawals at cash machines as well as online purchases, much in the same way as a traditional debit card.

Since launching in May 2014, this unique, prepaid product has received praise from Davina McCall, and coverage in the national press. The exposure has sparked interest from thousands of finance-savvy practical parents, keen to teach their children how to manage spending and saving. allpay has helped Osper to manage the high demand for the card, providing a fast paced manufacture, personalisation and fulfilment service for the hundreds of daily card requests.

Rob Dickinson, VP Product Operations from Osper commented: “It was great to have allpay by our side during this period of explosive growth. Their ability to rapidly scale and reconfigure production, whilst maintaining exceptionally high quality, allowed us to comfortably meet our aggressive targets and changing requirements.

“For many, the Osper Card is their first experience of having a debit card. We wanted that to be a quality experience; allpay listened to what we said and delivered a great end product. They have proved to be a rock solid partner,” Rob added. 

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