Products, such as the ONE VIP Visa Debit Card, offer a lucrative cash back rewards program without the hassle and fees of a credit card.
Simmons has been dedicated to rebuilding the brand and seeking due justice for all of his customers. He offered free service to RushCard holders for five months, which sacrificed much of the company’s profits. He also revealed plans to pay $100 to $500 per claim, plus an additional $1.5 million in legal fees.
Last October, users of Russell Simmons' "Rush Card" were in for a rude awakening when they tried to use their account.
Ashley Dover, 22, Olivia Ray, 20, Tashanna Toler, 18, and Kieariah Collins, 20, all of Illinois, were arrested at a Target in Flowood, Mississippi, for their participation in a major credit card fraud operation, reports WLBT.com. SEE ALSO: Why We Shouldn’t Look Away From War Photos Dover, a Jackson State University student, had an entire credit […]
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