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ANZ targets teens with MySpace pre-paid card

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Australia's ANZ Bank is targeting teenagers on social networking site MySpace with a pre-paid card that can be used for online purchases.

The re-loadable Visa card costs A$5.95 and is available to teenagers aged 13 and older with MySpace accounts. It is not linked to a deposit account and has a maximum balance of $1000.

MySpace says the card is aimed at teenagers who are not eligible for credit cards but want to make online purchases.

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