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Deserve’s EDU Mastercard named NerdWallet’s 2019 winner for Best Student Card.
Credit Card Startup Gets Goldman Backing
Goldman Sachs is making a bet on millennial credit-card startup Deserve. The Wall Street bank is the lead investor in a $50 million funding round in Deserve.
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If you’re a college student, new immigrant or young professional without any credit history, you can still get a credit card with Deserve!
Goldman Backs $50M Funding Of Deserve
Deserve offers credit cards to nontraditional consumers and sells its cloud-based platform to companies wanting to launch their own branded cards. The platform uses machine learning and alternative data to assess credit-worthiness.
NJIT Alumnus Kalpesh Kapadia Brings Increased Access to Credit to Students and Alumni
Today, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), a public polytechnic university ranked among the top 100 National Universities by U.S. News & World Report, announced its partnership with Deserve
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Deserve’s Kalpesh Kapadia: ‘We promise the best credit card for our customer’s profile and life stage’
The financial system has always struggled with young people. Because the system uses credit history, young people were frequently excluded from credit products.
Goldman Sachs makes credit card startup Deserve its latest fintech bet
Deserve, a US-based fintech that provides credit cards to nontraditional consumers, like students and those lacking credit histories, has secured $50 million in a Series C funding round, reports CNBC.
Goldman Sachs leads $50M round for credit card platform Deserve
Deserve, a credit card startup helping young people establish themselves, as well as a cloud-based credit card platform for businesses, has raised $50 million in a new round of Series C funding led by Goldman Sachs.