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Introducing Mydoh By Me

Introducing Mydoh by Me—Canada's first custom card for kids and teens!
By Mydoh · March 29, 2023 · 2 minutes read
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Introducing Mydoh by Me: Our personalized Smart Cash Card that lets your kids and teens express their personality while learning money smart skills! Read on to find out how kids can make Mydoh their own. 

What is Mydoh By Me?

Mydoh By Me is a customizable Smart Cash Card from Mydoh. It’s the same Mydoh Smart Cash Card you know and love, but now, kids (with the help of a parent) get to create a personalized card design by either uploading an image from their personal photos or from Mydoh’s photo gallery onto their cards. Mydoh By Me costs $6.99 for each customized card and can be ordered in the Mydoh app. 

Mydoh By Me Features

Here’s what makes Mydoh By Me stand out from the pack: 

First of its kind in Canada

Mydoh wants to make it easier for parents to teach kids about financial literacy. But who says you can’t have a little fun at the same time? Mydoh By Me is Canada’s first custom card that lets kids and teens celebrate who they are. 

Personalized design options

The Mydoh By Me card was introduced to allow kids to express their individuality and feel a sense of ownership over their financial journey. The card lets kids express what is important to them—whether that’s an image of the family pet, or hanging out with their BFFs. Plus, they can add a bunch of fun digital stickers to customize their card further. 

Continued peace of mind 

Like the Mydoh classic card, kids and teens can use their Mydoh By Me card in-store and online anywhere that Visa is accepted. Because it’s a reloadable, prepaid card, they can’t spend more money than they have, and you have peace of mind knowing their Smart Cash Card is backed by RBC. 

How to order your Mydoh By Me card

  1. Log on to your parent account, tap “Manage,” and select “Mydoh By Me card.”
  2. Help your kids select or upload an image. You have the option to add fun, digital stickers over the top of your selected image.
  3. Once your design is ready, confirm your shipping address, and purchase.
  4. Once you get your card, log in and use the accompanying activation code to activate your card. 

What if you’re not yet a Mydoh customer? Download Mydoh and get started today on designing your own custom card!

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