Wake up and smell the coffee! Fluid Credit will be on campus tomorrow to talk to 25,000 students at Orange Coast College. Orange Coast College is the Orange County’s third largest college located in Costa Mesa, California.
Fluid, a FinTech startup helping 22 million university students is lending a hand today to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The employees of Fluid based in Southern California has made a donation with WeWork.
Last week, we proudly released the world’s only interest free credit app. After months of intense engineering, we finally shipped our product. It’s an amazing experience for me and my entire team. Our friends at LendIt Conference and CrowdfundInsider has both covered our story. For that we thank then. You can take a look at these news pieces here and here.
You need your travel rewards to be ready when you are because top travel credit cards help you earn points toward a free trip faster! If you’ll be spending your credit card rewards on travel, then a travel credit card is certain to give you the biggest return for your hard-earned buck.
We have a lot of recently graduated university students come to Fluid wishing our product was available while they were in school to help them build credit. For those that are still in college, don’t wait any longer. Go to Apple iTunes App store and download Fluid App. Start building your credit today buy borrowing a small amount of money and pay back on a monthly basis at no cost to our students.
Compounding interest is the single biggest factor on how students get into mountains of credit card debt. The credit card companies wants you to pay the minimum payment so they can keep on charge you interest on top of interest. Get educated on compounding interest here:
There is another number that could be as important as your GPA, that is a credit score. Often, we hear from our students that they found out about not having credit after graduation. When they are apply at SOFI, Common Bond for a student refinance loan, or getting their first new car at Ford or Toyota, they are all of the sudden comforted with the harsh reality of not having any credit.