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One of our favourite prepaid cards is the . With no annual fee, no foreign exchange fees, and the ability to earn rewards at select partners, this card has a lot to like.

The STACK team recently released some news we wanted to share.

STACK is joining Credit Sesame

In an email to their members, STACK has notified everyone that they’ve been acquired by Credit Sesame.

Stack Credit Sesame news
For the time being, nothing is changing. STACK will continue to operate in Toronto as an independent business, with no immediate changes to their existing products.

Eventually, the plan is to bring the product suite of Credit Sesame to STACK customers.

You can read the full announcement here.

What Credit Sesame offers

So what is Credit Sesame? Credit Sesame provides free credit monitoring and identity theft protection. They also recently launched Sesame Cash – a no fee bank account that offers rewards when you make smart financial decisions and increase your credit score.

Plus the account has no minimum balance, charges no foreign transaction fees, and has free withdrawals at over 55,000 ATM locations.

You can learn more about the bank account Credit Sesame offers here.

What does it all mean?

At this point, not a lot. STACK is operating business as usual for the time being. When they’ll start offering services from the Credit Sesame lineup of products isn’t known.

But when we hear something, we’ll be sure to let you know.

STACK Mastercard details

So what does the have to offer? It’s an intriguing prepaid card.

The card has no annual fee, and offers:

  • no foreign exchange fees,
  • cash back rewards when shopping at partner retailers,
  • no fees for withdrawing cash at ATMs worldwide, and
  • earn up to $15 when you refer your friends.

It’s an interesting package wrapped up in a prepaid card.

Related: The Unknown Credit Card Fees You Have To Watch Out For

Your turn

It’s interesting news, and we’re curious to see what happens with STACK and its offerings.

What are your thoughts on this news?

Let us know in the comments below.