U.S. Bank, lead bank of U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB), has partnered with Monitise Americas and FIS™ (NYSE: FIS) to offer a
new mobile application for U.S. Bank ReliaCard Visa
cardholders in 16 states. ReliaCard is a prepaid, reloadable card for those who receive recurring cash disbursements from a government agency. The new mobile application gives cardholders in various government programs convenient, free access to their accounts anywhere and anytime using their mobile phone. Last year, AccelaPay, a sister prepaid product to ReliaCard, launched mobile banking service.
U.S. Bank offers a new mobile application for U.S. Bank ReliaCard Visa cardholders (Photo: Business Wire)
ReliaCard cardholders can check their balance, pay bills, receive account alerts and view mini-statements on-the-go with ReliaCard mobile banking. The free ReliaCard application can be downloaded by cardholders at
“We’re pleased to introduce a full-suite mobile banking solution with bill pay capabilities to our ReliaCard customers,” said Kevin Morrison, prepaid senior vice-president for U.S. Bank Retail Payment Solutions. “U.S. Bank, an early adopter of mobile banking in the payment space, is committed to investing in new technologies to better serve its customers.”
U.S. Bank is partnering with Monitise Americas, a leader in mobile money solutions, and FIS, the world’s largest global provider dedicated to banking and payments technologies, to use the most advanced financial management technology available to provide this service.
“We are pleased that U.S. Bank is continuing their leadership status in providing robust mobile financial services to the prepaid card market, and we are thrilled that they’ve chosen Monitise Americas as one of their technology partners,” said Soren Bested, managing director, Monitise Americas. “In mobilizing both the ReliaCard and AccelaPay card programs, U.S. Bank is providing capabilities that are typically only reserved for traditional banking customers, thereby revolutionizing the way in which prepaid cardholders are able to manage their finances.”