SHAZAM myPIc Studio allows you to create a personalized debit card featuring any photo you choose - of loved ones, friends, a pet or a favorite vacation spot. Whatever means the most to you will be displayed on your debit card. It's sure to be the favorite card in your wallet.
How does it work?
Upload an image of your choice, following our Image Guidelines, directly from your computer or choose from an extensive set of gallery images. Once uploaded, the image is displayed behind a template showing the fixed elements of the card. The image can be scaled, flipped or rotated until you are happy with the design. The image is even stored to make reissues a breeze. The card design interface is so straightforward you won't need instructions; and because it runs in Adobe® Flash®, it doesn't require any software downloading.
A great way to personalize your card and add security.
Use a small photo to personalize your card and show what matters to you.
A good way to show off that great photo you took with lots of room.
Please do not submit any images that contain the following:
Copyrighted or trademarked material. If you did not take the photo or own the image, we cannot accept it.
Provocative, lewd, or sexual content - including nude or semi-nude pictures of people of any age
Celebrities, musicians, public figures, athletes, cartoons, etc.
Violence, violent acts or any type of death imagery (such as skulls)
Socially unacceptable or discriminatory behavior or signs (such as gangs, hatred, drug/alcohol abuse, grafitti)
Profanity or other obscene behavior or gestures
Images of money from any country including the U.S., where money is the central focus of the photo
Images of flags
Controversial subject matter such as political or religious statements and/or images
Phone numbers (such as 800 or 900 #s) and URL addresses (such as www.xyz.com)
Competitive marks/names (such as Discover, American Express)
Any image where the content is not clearly comprehensive or discernible. This includes non-English text, images where the subject is unclear (blurry, distorted, etc) and may be interpreted as violating the guidelines
Any reference to the Olympic games
Any photo that might result in non-acceptance or other problems at point-of-sale