By: Katherine Muniz Jan 29, 2018

New Fingercheck Employee Paycards

Fingercheck’s goal has always been to make payroll as easy and convenient as possible for both employers and employees. Now, we’ve taken another step to make it even easier to efficiently pay employees — with Fingercheck’s own paycards.

After months of evaluating different paycards, we partnered with rapid! PayCard to ensure we have the best paycard quality and service available. Featuring our logo and wrapped in our trademark branded colors, Fingercheck paycards are the stylish way to paperlessly pay employees who don’t have a bank account or are underbanked.

Instead of resigning yourself to printing and hand-delivering paychecks each payday, give employees debit cards that refill automatically, saving time for both you and your employees. The paycards operate exactly like direct deposit, with earnings loading directly onto the card each payday.

The card refills each time you pay your employees, and employees can use the card like any other debit card and withdraw their earnings from an ATM hassle-free, saving them exorbitant check-cashing fees to access their money.

If you’re interested in getting the paycards for your company, feel free to reach out to any of our account representatives and they’ll help you get started.

With our scheduled software update, the Fingercheck paycards will be completely integrated within our software to eliminate multiple platforms. Once enabled on an account, employees will be able to select during onboarding whether they’d like to be paid via Fingercheck paycard, and when the employee is onboarded you simply hand them over their card.

This integration will coincide with the release of our software update, which you can expect to see in just a couple of months. We’ll be sure to notify you once we go live. In the meantime, follow us on any of our social accounts to receive updates on new features and releases!

Category: New Features | Payroll

Katherine is a New York-based digital writer who joined Fingercheck in 2015. She promotes Fingercheck through the power of the written word. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies with a focus on Journalism.

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