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Interac e-Transfer Payment Method Added To Canada Post Prepaid Reloadable Visa

Today Payment Source is excited to announce the introduction of a new load method to support the Canada Post Prepaid Reloadable Visa Card. Cardholders can now use Interac e-Transfer to load their Card through any of the variety of reload options available to them both online and offline.

While Canadians can load their card at any of the 6000 Canada Post locations nationwide, adding online reloads through the companion Zenwallet mobile app always ensures sufficient funds for purchases as Zenwallet allows users to load while on-the-go. The addition of Interac e-Transfer offers increased convenience to users and will encourage increased spend and long term engagement. 

“Payment Source is committed to providing simple, safe and convenient reload methods to support its Card Portfolios at Canada Post,” says Josie Redwood, Director Card Services. “Payment Source has made reloading convenient, safe, and easy.”   

Cardholders can already load their Canada Post Cash Passport travel card using Interac e-transfer, and with this implementation they can now also enjoy this same convenience for the Canada Post Prepaid Reloadable Visa Card. Adding the Canada Post Prepaid Reloadable Visa Card as a recipient in the e-Transfer directory in online banking makes subsequent reloads even easier.

Learn more about the Canada Post Prepaid Reloadable Visa Card   

Learn more about the Canada Post Cash Passport Mastercard 

About Payment Source Inc.

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for two years in a row, Payment Source empowers inclusion by providing alternative payment solutions to organizations of all sizes to better serve their customers. Learn more about Payment Source at www.paymentsource.ca.

Press Contact:

Allison Cutler
Director, Marketing & Communications
Payment Source
416.255.8897

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