By making it harder to get prepaid cards without subjecting buyers to
government scrutiny, regulators and lawmakers hope to make it easier to
detect patterns of money movement that could signal something nefarious.
But card issuers and some business experts warn that the expense and
paperwork involved in the new restrictions, which require issuers to
keep records on who bought how much for five years, could drive smaller
card operations out of the market.
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