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Monday, November 15, 2010

Teen Christmas Shopping Idea From American Express

Have you ever lost money? If you answered yes you probably recall the awful feeling it was to discover the cash you had in your pocket or wallet was GONE...never to be recovered again.

With a house of teenagers I know how busy their lives can be and how easily things can get lost or misplaced so when I discovered the new PASS American Express card I was elated to say the least the perfect card for teenagers and even tweens to carry around that not only protects their cash but also begins to teach them money smarts and responsibilities.

PASS is a prepaid reloadable Card parents give to teens. It’s safer than cash, and unlike a debit or credit card, teens can only spend what’s preloaded on the Card.

New products like the PASS Card from American Express can act as a powerful tool to help parents begin talking about money with their teens. PASS from American Express is a prepaid, reloadable card parents can give to teens. An alternative to debit, credit, or cash, the PASS Card eliminates the need to carry around lots of bills without overspending. Parents have full control via an online account – with the ability to load money, view transaction history, and set up alerts. With no risk of excessive fraudulent charges if lost or stolen, PASS serves as a safe way to provide our teens with money and teach them about responsible spending habits without detriment to credit lines or our wallets. And if lost or stolen, the funds can be replaced.

The Pass Card makes a perfect Christmas gift for every teenager on your list or a great resource for your teens to use when doing their own Christmas shopping.

Stop by the American Express PASS website for full details.

* 24/7 MOMS wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of American Express and received a gift code to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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