iChoose Reloadable and Rechargeable Visa Prepaid Card

iChoose Reloadable and Rechargeable Visa Prepaid Card

If your business runs regular staff or customer incentives then iChoose have a prepaid card that provides the perfect payment solution, and a new effective way to brand and promote your company.

Prepaid cards are an excellent alternative to the traditional credit card. They don’t charge you any interest, and you can’t run up dangerous debts. Thanks to forward thinking company iChoose, they’re now also a unique and innovative way to brand and promote your business.

Let’s find out more about the iChoose Reloadable and Rechargeable Visa card.

Features and benefits of using iChoose Reloadable and Rechargeable Visa

  • No risk of credit problems. These cards are prepaid so there’s no interest and no borrowing involved.
  • Use them virtually anywhere. You’ll be spoiled for choice with over half a million merchants in Australia accepting Visa and thousands more across the globe.
  • Fully brandable for free advertising. Your business will enjoy publicity every time someone uses your branded card in public.
  • Perfect for company promotions. If you run employee incentive schemes or customer reward programs these cards are an ideal method of delivery.
  • You regain full control. Stay in charge of who has a card, how much is on it, and how often it’s loaded with funds.

Great for business

Here are a few reasons your business will benefit dramatically from an iChoose prepaid card.

  • Run employee incentive schemes. Every savvy business owner knows nothing motivates staff like a financial incentive. An iChoose card gives you a unique way to deliver a cash bonus your staff will really appreciate.
  • The biggest problem with paying bonuses direct into employees accounts is they often get missed. People are so busy paying direct debits and other bills they often won’t notice a bonus has been given. Give them a preloaded Visa card and they can physically spend the money on themselves, not a bill.
  • Give as a customer incentive. If you reward loyal clients with cashback or bonuses why not give them an iChoose? You can load the card with cash whenever they qualify for a bonus, and you remain in full control of who has a card.
  • It’s also a more cost effective solution than sending coupons or vouchers to customers each month.
  • Advertising for greater exposure. You can completely brand the cards with your company image and logo. Now whenever someone uses the card they’ll be reminded of your product or service. It’s also a great chance to get your brand seen out in public.

More secure than vouchers

Vouchers can be easily lost or stolen. Anyone who picks up a voucher in the street can happily go and spend it without a second thought. An iChoose card can’t be used until it’s activated by telephone or Internet.

With no credit checks, no charges, and no interest the iChoose Reloadable and Rechargeable Visa Credit Card is the perfect payment solution, and a useful promotional tool for the savvy modern business.

You can apply for your iChoose cards by filling in their simple online application form.

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    daddyApril 19, 2015

    Your visa reloadable cards and recharge cards are getting harder and harder to find. 711 has none, Officeworks highpoint has reload but no recharge. Officeworks coburg has recharge but no reload. Oworks Richmond has run out of all same with one in Brunswick. It’s ridiculous. Can you please send me a list of stockist near Richmond/ Melbourne where I can purchase your product? If you need a sales rep making sure these problems don’t occur and product readily available let me know.

    • finder Customer Care
      JonathanApril 21, 2015Staff

      Hi Daddy, thanks for your inquiry!

      Please note that finder.com.au is a comparison service and is not directly affiliated with iChoose. It would be best to contact them directly, please refer to the details I have sent to your email which will allow you to contact iCHoose via post, email or phone.



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    ConradFebruary 5, 2015

    Does the employer own the card

    • finder Customer Care
      JonathanFebruary 5, 2015Staff

      Hi Conrad, thanks for your inquiry!

      The only person who can use the card is the person whose name appears on the front of the card. However the card should be treated like cash – anyone who may pick up the card will be able to use the card fraudulently. As an incentive program the business will provide the card to an individual who will then own the card.

      I hope this helps.



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    BrendaSeptember 10, 2013

    Can I go to Bankwest ATM and withdraw the money off my iChoose prepaid visa card.

    • finder Customer Care
      JacobSeptember 10, 2013Staff

      Hi Brenda.

      Yes, iChoose Reloadable and Rechargeable Visa Prepaid Cards can be used wherever Visa cards are accepted – including Bankwest ATMs

      Thanks for your question.


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    SuzieJuly 11, 2013

    How do I find balance on my card

    • finder Customer Care
      JacobJuly 11, 2013Staff

      Hi Suzie. Thanks for your question. You can do all of this online. Please head to their website and log in to the online banking facility to check you account balance and manage your account online. You may need to register your account for online use first, you can find more information on how to do this on their website. Jacob.

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