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Get personal with the ultimate digital gift card

A small gift sent at the right time can change the way employees or customers view you or your business, and it feels good to give.

Corporate rewards, recognition and payment programs just got turbo charged with the advent of digital gift cards. Gone are the days of having physical cards gathering dust in a drawer, being misplaced or worse, being stolen. Enter the next generation of digital gifts – customised, personalised and spent anywhere a credit card is accepted.

Now there’s a new kid on the block called MicroGifts. The MicroGifts product allows you to create your own digital card with variable fields such as name, headline, message, images/s and company logo…the sky is the limit.

No plastic, no security issues, super easy; you can create and send a MicroGift instantly from any device and spend it anywhere MasterCard is accepted Tap’n’Go or online.

Pay respondents instantly and securely…they love it.

Features just get better with:

  • Open loop/Debit card – No longer will recipients be locked into specific retailers or need to swap out a card to a preferred retailer.
  • Mobile phone wallet/Tap’n’Go – gift value loads directly onto a single card in an E wallet on the recipient’s phone and can be spent using tap’n’ go.
  • Bulk upload with mail merge – For larger mailouts, you simply upload a spreadsheet and the platform will do the rest complete withpersonalisation to each recipient

With flexible pricing ranging from unit pricing (pay as you go) or monthly subscriptions, your business can be accommodated.

www.microgifts.com

Karen Dobson | 0412 085085 | karen.dobson@microgifts.com        John Lewin | 0425 797 187 | john.lewin@microgifts.com

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