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Prepaidian, Inc.

Prepaidian creates customized reloadable Visa prepaid debit cards for non-profit organizations and markets cards to members like MBNA did for credit cards.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Financial Services
  • Location Wilmington, DE, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2013
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Prepaidian is capitalizing on the market trend away from credit cards and toward prepaid debit cards, among the 100+ million-strong, unbanked, under-banked and unhappily-banked US consumers. Prepaidian leverages its management's deep experience in prepaid cards and affinity marketing to sell programs to non-profit affinity groups and market customized cards to their membership using advanced marketing techniques. First cards issued in Dec 2013.


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    30+ years of card experience, holding finance and operational positions w/ American Express, Merrill Lynch and MBNA. Served on AmEx's original Platinum Card development team was instrumental in managing MBNA's affinity card portfolio. As CEO of the consultancy Vandyck Churchill, Ltd, Bob served entrepreneurs, small businesses and Fortune 500 companies on strategic issues & as an interim CFO. MBA: Columbia University: Finance, Mktg, Int'l. Bus.

  • Card industry innovator and entrepreneur with 30 years experience. Senior executive at American Express, MasterCard, Chase and MBNA. Noted card consultant with 100+ clients in 14 countries. CEO of first card processor in China and most recently CEO and Co-Founder of Maverick, a prepaid card issuer and processor that was acquired by Fortune 500 banking BPO Fiserv. Board member American Mktg Assoc. Graduate Notre Dame and Columbia Business School.


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    Morgan Lewis
    Steve Goodman
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    Fesnak and Associates
    Bob Fesnak
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Previous Investors

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    "Friends and Family" investors in covertible notes (Jan. 2014)