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Tuxedo partners Just Say Please on virtual prepaid card

14 August 2014  |  2525 views  |  0 Source: Tuxedo Money Solutions.

Tuxedo Money Solutions, leading payment technology and prepaid card provider, has partnered with Just Say Please to deliver a new offering to its customers.

Just Say Please commissioned Tuxedo to build a bespoke virtual prepaid money card, providing customers with an instant online gifting solution. The new offering, Giftsplease, allows customers to load money onto the card online and send to a recipient with a personalised message: unlike traditional cards it can be spent at any online retailer.

Commenting on the partnership with Tuxedo, Damian Carvill, managing director for Just Say Please, said: "Tuxedo's area of expertise has been invaluable to facilitate the completion of this project in such a short amount of time. Giftsplease is a unique offering and we worked with Tuxedo to build the technology as they provide bespoke solutions and an efficient service."

John Sharman, CEO of Tuxedo Money Solutions, said: "We always strive to deliver innovative payment technology solutions and constantly adapt to the requirements of our clients, and so we were delighted to work with Just Say Please on this innovative solution."

Launching on Father's Day 2014, Giftsplease boasts numerous benefits. It is an ideal product for last minute gifting, as it is quick and easy to use and customers can issue it instantly or schedule the delivery for an allotted date. Virtual cards are also an eco-friendly alternative to physical gift cards and vouchers. Furthermore, it can be customised and designed online before sending to the recipient, adding a personal touch to the service for customers to enjoy.

Founded in 2006, Tuxedo launched its first prepaid product in 2007 across the UK. Following strategic investment in educating both consumer and business audiences of the advantages of prepaid solutions, the business has gone on to build a client portfolio of more than 800 corporations and agencies. 

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