New York, NY (PressExposure) June 01, 2009 -- As with any new product or service, initial excitement and the rush to the stores is tempered by confusion about every aspect of the product. Consumers eager to lap up all that is on offer check themselves before tilting their head and asking:
Is it safe? Does it offer value for money? What are my consumer rights? Has anybody I know bought one before?
Prepaid credit cards are no different. Thought by many to be the answer to all of the problems that come with regular credit cards. One of the main issues with credit cards has been for those with a credit history dubious enough to make them want to perform the ostrich act and bury their heads in the sand. Putting this behind you can be an ordeal to say the least; prepaid credit cards allow you to dip your toe back into the water.
Tom Tessin of T2 Web Network LLC outlines another typical prepaid user's profile:
âPrepaid credit cards are not only for those with bad credit. They are a refreshing way to take a break from the risks of running up enormous and daunting credit card bills. With a prepaid, you can only spend what you have. We have customers with credit limits of $15,000+ wanting to revert to a prepaid in order to manage their money more effectively.â
In fact, money management is often cited as the main benefit of these prepaid cards and with the recession knocking the credit culture from its perch, Tom Tessin expects to see prepaid credit cards rocket in popularity. âAs more and more customers come to realise how safe and effective these cards are at managing your money, the concept as a whole will go viral.â
Until then, and beyond, http://www.findsecuredcards.com/prepaid.php puts to rest all concerns and queries over prepaid cards. They ask and answer all the right questions to ensure you get the best deal for your money; taking the confusion out of the new product with insightful reviews in an easy-to-read, information rich manner. With such information readily available, it won't be long before prepaid credit cards give the regular ones a run for their money.