Give your kids and teens the independence to shop online while having peace of mind that they are being safe and responsible. Introducing Mazoola℠, the first and only independently certified COPPA-compliant family mobile wallet. This super app is “Powered by Privacy,” ensuring that kids and teens can safely and securely participate in commerce in an evolving digital economy. Mazoola allows parents and guardians to enable online and in-person shopping and digital spending capabilities for their kids at approved retailers, control what funds are available for which purchases, reward completed chores, pay an allowance, and encourage social responsibility. It’s the ultimate app to teach your kids essential money management skills and financial responsibility!
Where to Purchase
Mazoola is available to download for free on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
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Recently I have been on a search for a debit card for my kids. Both my daughter and son are now at the age where they hang out with their friends and pay for various things on their own. One of the best aspects of the Mazoola app for our family is that I can now transfer my kids’ allowance directly to their electronic “wallet.” Before, I would give my kids a set amount of cash every week, but this was starting to become problematic. My husband and I do not keep much cash at home, and hardly ever visit the bank or ATM.” – LimbyLim
“Mazoola allows you to approve purchasing capabilities at certain retailers or give your child the freedom to spend their money anywhere they choose. However, you are able to set spending limits. This is a great feature because it really gets kids thinking about budgeting. My 10 year old would spend all of his money on Fortnite V-bucks if we’d let him. Luckily, setting a spending limit on his Xbox (listed as a retailer in the Mazoola app) has prevented him from doing so.” – Making Time For Memories
I’m loving the fact I can set up specific savings goals and assign chores so my kids can earn money. I might even start a friendly competition to see who can save the most! My littles don’t really share chores because of the age difference but they do share the AMOUNT of chores. What better way to get your kids to make their bed and wash the dishes than to make sure they know they are looking forward to being rewarded for their hard work?” – Kat Balog
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