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Get paid 2 days early via direct deposit. New products in the mobile app digital store.
MIAMI, FL/ACCESSWIRE/January 25 2022 / Cuentas, Inc. (NASDAQ: CUEN)(NASDAQ: CUENW) (“Cuentas”), a leading financial technology provider of mobile banking and payment solutions, has added several new features to its mobile banking application.
Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, the Cuentas app is the convenient mobile banking app that gives consumers access to their money, whenever they want. In the latest version of the app, Cuentas offers cardholders more flexibility and convenience than ever before, with:
- Access to payment 2 days earlier with direct deposit: Cuentas cardholders can now access their money up to two days faster when directly depositing their paychecks or government benefit checks.
- Free P2P payments: Cuentas cardholders can send or request money directly to or from family and friends who are also cardholders directly from the Cuentas app. There are no charges for app-to-app transfers made on the Cuentas app.
- More retail digital products with discounts in the Cuentas digital store: Exclusive for cardholders, Cuentas allows users to shop even more popular brands than ever before at discounted prices from the Cuentas digital store in the Cuentas app. Cardholders just click and save, and the app will automatically calculate and display each discount during the purchase process. Discounts can vary from 2% to 50%, depending on the product.
New features to manage money
App users can be notified whenever they send or receive money, view their transaction history at any time, and choose from other notification options to more easily manage the flow of funds directly in their Cuentas account.
Anyone 18 or older can download Cuentas app and ask for a card. There is no credit check or bank account required, and cardholders can register with an Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) or Social Security Number (SSN) and matrícula consular is also accepted as a form of secondary identification. It’s easy to load money to get started, learn more about cuentas.com.
“With these new features and products, we continue to improve the user experience for new and current Cuentas cardholders,” said Jeff Johnson, CEO of Cuentas. “These advancements should also provide stronger retention stats,” Johnson added.
Cuentas, Inc. (NASDAQ:CUEN)(NASDAQ:CUENW) is a fintech e-commerce and banking services provider with proprietary technology that provides digital financial services to underbanked Hispanic, Latino and immigrant populations and unbanked, including mobile and online banking, prepaid debit, ACH and mobile deposits, cash back, peer-to-peer money transfer and other services. The Cuentas General Purpose Reloadable Card (GPR) includes a digital wallet, discounts for purchases at major physical and online retailers, rewards, and the ability to purchase digital content. For more information, visit https://cuentas.com.
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