Tuesday September 22, 2020

Virtual credit card' passes the parent and teen test

A new online venture has launched, allowing teenagers to take charge of their finances when shopping online.

1st June, 2014
miDough co-founders and developers Brian and Catherine Silke, Peter Kerr and Norma Carthy. Picture: Mike Shaughnessy


**What it does:** supervised online payment service for teenagers

**Why it works:** With our own teenage children, we struggled to manage and remember who wanted to buy what, when and where online. They did the browsing, but payment was always a hassle for everyone. miDough is completely free and secure, so it gives parents peace of mind while their child is shopping online. - **Brian Silke,** founder and chief executive, miDough

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