The new JPMorgan Chase Liquid and the American Express Bluebird prepaid cards feature more transparent pricing, but their fee structures are not much different from past cards, according to a new survey. Bankrate.com compared two dozen prepaid cards based on their fees, finding that little has changed since last year's survey of 18 cards. The 2012 review found that 14 of 18 prepaid cards charged customers a balance inquiry fee on at least some ATMs; this year, 18 of 24 cards charged such a fee. Other fees include activation fees, ATM withdrawal fees, fees for customer service calls, and inactivity fees. Fees for bill payments, however, have become less common in the last year. "We're seeing some new entrants into the market that not only have lower fees, but are also more transparent," says Bankrate.com's Greg McBride. "I expect that over time, you're going to see the higher-fee offerings being marginalized in the marketplace."