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  • Mobile banking for kids teaches responsibility
  • Mobile banking for kids teaches responsibility
    Carissa Rogers ©
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Mobile banking for kids teaches responsibility

Running up a bill on mum's credit card has become an increasingly common occurrence, thanks to Britons doing more online shopping than any other nation, and parents not protecting their passwords well enough. Can the Osper Prepaid Debit Card introduce young people to money management?

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