About Us

SkylightPayCard is the official Netspend Skylight ONE card, a comprehensive and dynamic payroll program that benefits businesses and even their delegates.


The user can activate new cards received by email online and has virtual access to the card account. In addition to having access to their account, account holders can enjoy the timely benefits that the company offers its valued customers.

The Skylight ONE card does more than just deliver paychecks to employees, as the SkylightPayCard Options program reduces the payroll function by covering the basics of enrollment, administration, fundraising, and more. and provide a convenient way to pay employees.

SkylightPayCard is a prepaid card issued by Netspend. Also, note that this is not a credit card. Since this is not a credit card, it will not affect or improve your creditworthiness. You will also receive cashback rewards and personalized offers for qualifying purchases.


Now you can easily register your SkylightPayCard online. By registering your card, you can also activate it for your purchases. You can withdraw money from ATMs at no additional cost.

The cost of purchases at ATMs and point of sale does not include expenses that the buyer or operator of an ATM or point of sale terminal (POS) or terminal and/or a point of sale (ATM) network may use as part of the transaction will be billed independently.

The surcharge is displayed after the SkylightPayCard has approved the debit and must be obtained. In particular, all ATM transactions in the point network can be carried out at no additional cost.

Users can use Skylight Checks services for free at any bank in the United States by logging into the Walmart branch and the ACE Cash Express branch. The other checkboxes have their own check approval guidelines and may impose a cash charge on some Skylight checks.

Skylight will pay a fee equal to 3.5% of the dollar value of any international transaction converted to US dollars, including ATM withdrawals, online purchases, subscriptions, mail or telephone orders, which are particularly affected in countries outside of the United States.