In the reoccurring awakening of the social justice movement and repercussions of COVID-19 hitting the U.S., Black Americans across the diaspora became more interested in financial literacy. Whether it was paying closer attention to their paystubs, stocks, and even the irregular financial aid distributed by the government, it is evident that Urban One launched their newest endeavor, a financial service, ONE VIP, at no better time.
ONE VIP is a prepaid Visa debit card accompanied by a loyalty program and mobile app with the Black and Brown consumer in mind. Cardholders can access their account information by desktop or ONE VIP’s mobile app. Both platforms allow the cardholder to view, manage, and track their everyday spending. Cardholders can also set up direct deposits for their jobs and pensions and transfer funds from other accounts to their ONE VIP account.
Here are the top five benefits when joining the ONE VIP Digital Banking family.
1) NO HIDDEN FEES OR CREDIT CHECKS
2) LOYALTY PROGRAM
Cardholders can take advantage of #ONEVIPBLACK card cashback rewards. For every $1 spent, cardholders can earn up to $2 cashback points back by purchasing with select retailers, entertainment subscriptions, and Black-owned businesses.
3) DIRECT DEPOSIT/TRANSFER FUNDS
4) SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESSES/DONATE TO BACK-FOCUSED ORGANIZATIONS.
5) MOBILE APP
As a part of the trusted Urban One legacy brand, ONE VIP aim to create a safe financial space for Black American. ONE VIP’sgoal is to recirculate Black dollars within the Black community.
Apply today and download the mobile app.
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