AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 18, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NetSpend Corporation (Nasdaq:NTSP), a leading provider of general-purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid debit cards and related financial services to underbanked consumers, today announced that the company will present results from its 2010 fiscal fourth quarter on Thursday, February 24 th at 5:00 p.m. EST via dial-in conference call and online webcast.

Interested parties may dial 877-853-5634 or 707-287-9375 (international); or visit http://investor.netspend.com to listen via webcast. A replay of the call will be available at 800-642-1687 or 706-645-9291 (international); conference ID: 39853991 until March 3 rd and a replay of the webcast will be available for one year on the company's website.

About NetSpend

NetSpend Corporation is a leading provider of general-purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid debit cards and related financial services to the estimated 60 million underbanked consumers in the United States who do not have a traditional bank account or who rely on alternative financial services. The company's mission is to develop products and services that empower unbanked consumers with the convenience, security and freedom to be self-banked.  Headquartered in Austin, TX, NetSpend is traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol NTSP.

Please visit http://www.netspend.com for more information.

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CONTACT: Press Contact:         Brad Russell         NetSpend Corporation         512.539.5932         brussell@netspend.com                  Suzanne Dawson         Linden Alschuler & Kaplan, Inc.         (212) 329-1420 (office)         (908) 242 -7162 (cell)         Sdawson@lakpr.com

NetSpend Holdings, Inc

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