Wells Fargo Offering Credit to Encourage Isis Use
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Feb 5, 2014, 11:35 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Isis is offering Wells Fargo cardholders up to $300 to join Isis and use Isis to make mobile payments. Wells Fargo customers who sign up for Isis will receive a $20 account credit the first time they use Isis to make a payment. Further, between now and April 30, Wells Fargo will offer 20% cash back in statement credits on all Isis purchases, up to $100 per calendar month over the next three months. Isis is a joint venture supported by AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless. The mobile payment system is available to about 50 smartphones and uses NFC and a mobile app for tap-and-go payments at participating retailers. Isis launched on Android devices in November, but only recently became available to the iPhone through an NFC-equipped case.
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Not that they aren't crooks, but I've never heard of them ripping people off in this particular fashion.
WF is so invested they are paying people to USE it!
give money back to their customers or you rather them burn those million$ on superbowl ads?
Well, I would use it