Debt Relief Industry Marketing

Rushcard Prepaid Visa – Debt Relief Television Commercial

  • Commercial Name: Rushcard Prepaid Visa
  • Record Date: 11-9-2010
  • Network/Channel: Jerry Springer
  • Description: Prepaid Visa card 10 second spot. 866-941-7874. Very light on details.

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What is interesting is they promote a program to help rebuild credit called RushPath to Credit that appears to be obligations to enroll. I could not find out how much it cost. What’s interesting is they don’t report to the major credit bureaus, but to LexisNexis and PRBC.

This card is issued by The Bancorp Bank.

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9 Comments

  • Nice information.And now a days there are a lot of facilities offering by different banks so that to increase the user rate.And recently military credit cards are offering the best facilities.The best thing about this card is it automatically pays you the rewards in your account monthly without the usual $50 minimum like most credit cards.

  • Actually it’s not free because according to the information you’d have to be on the monthly plan with recurring deposits, which costs about $120 a year.

  • Actually it’s not free because according to the information you’d have to be on the monthly plan with recurring deposits, which costs about $120 a year.

  • You could not find out how much rushpath to credit costs because it said FREE in caps and you were looking for a number. I don’t complain about free help…do you?

  • You could not find out how much rushpath to credit costs because it said FREE in caps and you were looking for a number. I don’t complain about free help…do you?

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