The ADP TotalPay Money Network card enables cardholders to control their spending, save time when making a purchase and keep their accounts safe, according to Money Network. Upgrading the card presents users with more reloading options and enables direct loading of government benefits to the cardholder's account.
ADP TotalPay Money Network cardholders can use the card to pay for a wide range of products and services, including gas and groceries. It is safer to use the card than to handle cash, as this enables users to control their spending, explains Money Network. Additionally, using an ADP Money Network card to pay for a purchase saves cardholders the time of making a stop at an automatic teller machine. To make such payments, cardholders select the debit option at the checkout.
As of July 2015, cardholders with upgraded accounts can load cash at any MoneyGram or Western Union locations or from a Green Dot MoneyPak retailer. Users can find reload locations using the Money Network location finder, notes the company website. Cardholders can have government benefits or tax refunds loaded to their accounts. Upgrading the account also enables cardholders to sign up for a secondary card for use by a family member.