Prepaid Payroll Card

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Make payroll a breeze

Simplify your payroll process today with prepaid payroll cards. They work just like debit cards, and your employees get their money instantly. Plus, prepaid payroll cards come with access to their own digital banking platform, allowing cardholders to utilize online bill pay services, set email and text alerts related to their card balance, and more.

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What's Included

  • Withdraw cash from any bank or ATM
  • Reload cash at any branch
  • Bill Pay, both by check and by electronic payment
  • Access to online and mobile banking
  • Set up text and email alerts
  • Receive direct deposits from payroll, tax refunds, and government benefits
  • Live customer support

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We know you don’t always have time to stop by a GSB branch. Bank better wherever you go with GSB’s new mobile app.

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