Top 2 Reasons for Dropping Paypal and Getting a MoneyExchange Account

Refer A Friend using Revolution Money Exchange

There's a new payment processing kid on the block, MoneyExchange - and they want all of us to create an account with them. So here are two really good reasons to get it done right now....
  1. They will give you $25 (US) just to go through the process of getting one of their accounts. You can't hardly beat that. I just did it. Took about 5 minutes (so if you made that all the time, you'd be making about $300/hr or $600K year). It really was extremely easy and painless. Just basic info, nothing more (and agreeing to those pesky terms and conditions).
  2. If you sign up by using the button above, I make $10 - and that's also a good reason.
Really, here's what they say about themselves and who's involved...

Launched in 2007, a new payment network – Revolution Money – was created to deliver significant value to both consumers and merchants through two products, RevolutionCard and RevolutionMoneyExchange. The RevolutionCard eliminates costly interchange fees for merchants while simultaneously providing consumers with enhanced PIN-based security, identity protection, and periodic merchant discounts and incentives. MoneyExchange offers an easy and secure way to send and receive money online between accountholders for free. The accounts are issued by First Bank & Trust, Brookings, SD, Member FDIC and part of the Fishback Financial Corporation. These products are leading the transformation of the payment industry by providing secure, easy, and instant payment solutions to everyone.

Revolution Money is based in St. Petersburg, FL and is part of the family of companies within Revolution, LLC, which was founded by Steve Case to drive transformative change by shifting power to consumers.

With series B venture capital funding from Citi, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Revolution LLC, and a world-class Board of Directors, Revolution Money has strong financial resources and leadership to compete and grow.

Considering that PayPay is owned by the EVIL eBAY (which is tired of being an online flea market and aspires to be more "respectable" - although being a flea market has made them a multi-billion dollar business). So why not go ahead and get yourself a PayPal replacement - worst case, you've got $25 in your pocket - best case, these guys get BIG and you're a trendsetter and can amaze your friends (Oh yea, I've had an account with them for months...)


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