CARD.com Launches the Rainbow Card in Honour of Pride

As an alternative to branch banking CARD.com offers a simple, fast, and convenient way to spend money.


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Do you want to show your Pride anywhere you go at any time of year? Well now you can! In honour of LGBT Pride month, CARD.com has launched the Rainbow Card; the only one of its kind in the marketplace. As the fastest growing alternative to branch banking, CARD.com offers a simple, fast, and convenient way to shop, transfer money, and bank. Much safer than cash, CARD.com Visa® Prepaid CARDs can be used anywhere visa debit cards are accepted.

CARD.com believes that everyone should have a fair, fun and fashionable mobile alternative to traditional banking. It is revolutionizing responsible finance by creating financial products that speak to the passions of consumers, while providing a banking alternative that fits seamlessly into today’s fast-paced mobile lifestyle.

“People are looking for a new way to bank on the go, and our goal is to provide an easy-to-use, affordable banking solution that reflects the individual passions of consumers.”

“Consumers make purchasing choices every day, from what to buy, to their method of payment, and CARD.com provides an opportunity to personalize their experience with a wide variety of prepaid card designs,” says CEO and co-founder of CARD.com, Ben Katz.

Katz explains that CARD.COM supports a handful of charities because of a belief in their missions. In addition to the Trevor Project, CARD.com supports the Breast Cancer Research Fund, the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation For Autism, and AIDS United.

“Our most popular card based on the number of cards issued is the Rainbow Card, which is the only LGBT Pride flag-themed card available on the market. It's been a very rewarding experience for us because it's been our mission to revolutionize the debit card industry by offering easy-to-use and affordable products that reflect what consumers love,” says Katz.

CARD Corporation’s board of Advisors include Nigel Morris (Co-Founder of Capital One), Sandy Grushow (past Chairman of Fox Television) and Raja Doddala (New Business Ventures at 7-Eleven). 

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