Market of City ID Cards
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City ID Cards
- Richmond's city ID site can be found in this link.
- Richmond has released city ID cards for its residents last October 2014.
- The card also functions as a debit card.
- According to the mayor of the city, the card aims to provide the same services for its inhabitants regardless of their immigration status.
- The process for obtaining the card will be managed by SF Global LLC at zero cost to the Richmond government.
- However, the government will still pay for the marketing expenses for the card, related programs, and office space.
- Fees that are associated with the card include Other fees attached to the card include: "a $1 fee for each additional call after one free customer service call each month; a $1 fee for card-to-card cash transfers; a 50 cent inactivity fee, which stops after 6 months; a 50 cent balance inquiry fee; and a $1 fee when customers withdraw money from a MoneyPass Network ATM after 2 free ATM withdrawals."
- The city will also shell out an initial amount of $10 or $15 for senior residents.
- The mayor expected around 5,000 people or around 5% of the city's population to avail of the card within its first year of launch.
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