Kenya’s Chase Bank Partners With MasterCard To Introduce Student Prepaid Card

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5:43 PM EST February 20th, 2013

Kenya’s Chase bank has announced that, following a partnership with MasterCard, it will be offering prepaid cards to University students. The University Students Community Organization (UNISCOO) card will allow students to top up and shop with their card at any physical and online merchant that accepts MasterCard. The card aims to reduce the percentage of underbanked among the student population.

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