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You Have To Try Out Virtual Piggy #virtualpiggy

I was asked to try out Virtual Piggy and I was more than happy to do so. It’s a really great concept! Take a look and I think you’ll agree.

Virtual Piggy is the first e-commerce solution that enables kids to manage and spend money within a parent-controlled environment. The technology company delivers online security platforms designed for the Under 21 age group in the global online market, and also enables online businesses the ability to function in a manner consistent with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”) and similar international children’s privacy laws. Virtual Piggy enables the Under 21 audience to play, transact and socialize in a secure online environment guided by parental permission, oversight and control.

The setup process literally took me minutes. It was simple, fast, and intuitive:

  1. Give you your name, phone, email, and create a password.
  2. Next, enter your shipping address.  This is used by their merchants to ship your child’s purchases. Since your shipping address will be stored in your parent account, your child will never provide it to a merchant when making a purchase.
  3. Then, you enter your credit card or PayPal information. This information will be kept on file for future purchases made by your child, under the controls you set up.
  4. Finally,  you set up your child’s profile (you can have one for each of your kids), which will be used in all future online purchasing situations with you or your child. You can set allowance amount, spending limits, approved merchants, notification controls and controlling access. You can also allow other people to access your child’s wishlist so they could maybe purchase those items as gifts.

Your child can then, safely and in a controlled manner, shop at all of the merchants that work with Virtual Piggy. They simply check out at the end of their shopping by clicking on the Virtual Piggy button. The child enter their Virtual Piggy user name and password…never any payment or personal information. The system then verifies that the purchase has been approved by the parental controls set up in the dashboard.

The parent dashboard displays your financial summary of all purchases made, family wishlist of items your children want, along with an update center including everything from children’s activity to special merchant deals and discounts that you can send to your child’s account. The child’s dashboard allows them to manage their wishlist, track purchases, view merchant offers sent along by the parent, as well as account balances and money spent.

Virtual Piggy is 100% free to use. No signup fees, no transaction fess, no tricks. With Virtual Piggy, free means free! Their service includes budgeting tools and a wishlist, giving young customers their first experience with managing funds and saving for the items they want.

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This is a great way to teach your kids about saving, spending, and how the world works! It should also save you a lot of heartache as you can better manage the ever-increasing online world we and out kids live in. It’s also a great way to manage your Christmas shopping this year.
What do you think would be the best part of using Virtual Piggy? How do you manage all of this in your lives today?
This video is sponsored by Splash Creative Media on behalf of Virtual Piggy.

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Vera
Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of LadyAndTheBlog.com. She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.

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  1. These online virtual bank are a great tool. Check out KidsCash, http://kidsca.sh. They are directly related to promoting saving, budgeting and donating and even reward kids for positive behaviors like reaching a savings goal

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