All about the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa card
You've got great fashion sense, from your choice of jeans and accessories to your hairstyle. Carrying the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard means that style will be reflected by your choice of plastic.
The Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard shares its great features with the Prepaid Visa RushCard, also developed by hip-hop entrepreneur Russell Simmons. But instead of the basic black design of that card, the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard comes in playful pink and displays the slinky Baby Phat feline logo that has come to be known by the fashionable worldwide.
Like the Prepaid Visa RushCard, the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard is a prepaid debit card that lets you load money for free by direct deposit from your paycheck or from your government benefits, as well as at tens of thousands of MoneyGram and CheckFree locations across the U.S.
You can then use your Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard for making purchases or paying bills anywhere they accept Visa debit cards, including at stores, Internet sites and over the phone.
And, unlike purchases made with a credit card, you don't have to worry about overspending, since you control how much money is loaded onto the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard, or about having to pay expensive interest rates.
Also, unlike a credit card, there is no credit check or employment verification needed in order to apply for the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard. After a one-time activation fee, you won't pay any annual, monthly or customer service fees. In fact, there are no hidden fees involved with this prepaid Visa card.
The commitment to customer service also means you can check your Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard activity status and balance at any time using the phone or Internet.
Go ahead and show both your fashion sense and your smarts by applying for the Baby Phat Prepaid Visa RushCard today.
Published: March 2, 2007
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