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Springbok Executive Brad Fauss to Present at Prepaid Card Compliance


ENGLEWOOD, Colo., — June 19, 2009 —Springbok Services’ senior vice president and general counsel, Brad Fauss, will speak at the American Conference Institute’s 2nd Annual Forum on Prepaid Card Compliance on Tuesday, June 23 at the Park Hyatt Washington in Washington, D.C. Fauss along with Scott Feinstein of Sears Holdings Management Corp. and Ted Teruo Kitada of Wells Fargo & Company will present: “Minimizing the Impact of States Applying Unclaimed Property Laws to Prepaid Products.”

This presentation will explore the following:
• Existing state unclaimed property laws as they relate to prepaid products
• Complications that arise when such laws are enforced against prepaid products
• Latest regulatory trends affecting escheat periods
• Under what conditions does remaining value escheat to a specific state?
• Best practices for complying with unclaimed property laws

For more information about this presentation or to arrange a meeting with Brad Fauss, contact Michelle Chase at 303.409.4136 or

About Springbok Services, Inc.
Established in 1998, Springbok Services provides customized, multi-touch prepaid MasterCard® card and Visa® prepaid card programs to positively motivate behavior and enhance loyalty among corporate employees and/or their customers. Springbok is the leading prepaid card provider that offers complete lifecycle management of prepaid card programs from program development and card fulfillment to transaction processing and reporting. The company is SAS 70 and PCI compliant and supports nearly 6,000 clients, including 225 of the Fortune 500. Springbok, headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, is a founding member of the Network Branded Prepaid Card Association (NBPCA). For more information, visit



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