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We don’t do it for the recognition, but it’s always nice to be noticed. See what people are saying about Deserve.

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Deserve’s EDU Mastercard named NerdWallet’s 2019 winner for Best Student Card.

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Deserve on ABC 7 Bay Area News

If you’re a college student, new immigrant or young professional without any credit history, you can still get a credit card with Deserve!

Determining Creditworthiness Differently

For the more than one million international students studying in the United States, one of the challenges is obtaining a credit card.

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Best Fintechs to Work For

From free food to foosball to unlimited paid leave, fintech firms offer a variety of unique perks.

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

NerdWallet’s Best Credit Cards for Streaming Services

The next time you’re binging on Netflix or assembling a Spotify playlist, you could be earning rewards on that subscription.

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.

Credit card startup Deserve raises $17 million to help young people build their credit in a system that makes it way too hard

Deserve is a new company that’s focused on helping young people build credit. It just raised $17 million from Sallie Mae, Accel, Pelion, Aspect Ventures, and Mission Holdings.

Deserve raises $12 million for a credit card targeting college students

The Menlo Park-based startup had been working with international students to assess credit. Now it’s created a credit card that it hopes will appeal to Generation Z, or college-aged teens.