Author: Ingrid Ulst

Perspective Ingrid Ulst Abstract A prepaid card is a fairly new financial product that is part of the global in- novations in financial services of the last 10 years. Some non-bank financing companies ( e.g ., SMS loan providers) have further advanced this product by linking prepaid cards to retail loans

In: Review of Central and East European Law

segmentation reveals three segments: customers who will buy a prepaid card to purchase for a long period, say a month; some who can afford two weeks; and others who will participate in the collective meter scheme. There is a segment, however, that will be unable to pay for their share of the collective meter

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
Author: Nathalie Rébé

services. Once a mobile phone is used as a prepaid card or an electronic purse, terrorist financers and launderers can easily transfer funds and escape ML / TF ’s regular identification procedure, thereby preserving anonymity. The velocity of loads and reloads, the acquisition of multiple cards for the

In: Counter-Terrorism Financing
Author: Nathalie Rébé

. Mobile payments can be exploited as an extension of old-fashioned payment methods as mobile phones can provide access to online accounts and a means for transactions from payment cards or current bank accounts as well as for securities accounts services. Mobile devices can be used as a typical prepaid

In: Counter-Terrorism Financing