NetSpend offers prepaid debit cards to people who can't or don't want to deposit their money in a bank. The company offers pre-paid debit cards directly to consumers via the Internet or through major check cashers (such as ACE), convenience stores, and supermarkets. Clients can reload their cards for a fee at more than 100,000 locations. NetSpend's cards include features such as direct deposit, bill pay, savings accounts, and transfers. The company targets the more than 60 million underbanked consumers in the US and has more than 2 million active cards. NetSpend was...
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NetSpend is a fast growing and dynamic work environment. We thrive by hiring the best and brightest talent as we believe our continued success lies in teamwork, diversity, and opportunities to continually develop and grow our people.
As a NetSpend employee, you will be valued and rewarded because you are a true partner in the company. And, because we are a mid-size company, people get to know each other and we share in an open and collaborative environment. We work hard, but we enjoy having fun together, as NetSpend has numerous company events throughout the year. We give you the opportunity to develop your role in the company and explore your full potential.
We're a little bit of everything -- a diverse, multicultural community of people who work together, play together, and help each other out. We're individuals from all over the world, with a huge range of personal and professional experiences that let us think like customers, identify problems, and create innovative solutions that make managing money a little less scary.
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Accepted Offer – Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interview Details – The interview was done in 3 parts. I first met with my co-workers and was asked some questions about my technical experience. Next I met with the hiring manager and the network architect and I was asked a few more technical questions. I then met with the section VP. After the interview process… – Full Interview
None of the questions were overly difficult. – Answer Question
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