HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Prepaid re-loadable cards are growing rapidly in popularity as a way to manage money.
You can acquire the cards in stores, banks or online but there still are some good cards and bad cards.
And even though prepaid card issuers are more transparent about the fees they charge, those fees can still be very high.
Patricia Lopez has a look at the ones Consumer Reports rated the worst.
Stretch Your Dollar: Prepaid Cards
STRETCH YOUR DOLLAR