Venmo Debit Card

Jun 28, 2018

Category: Tech

Since its inception in 2009, Venmo has made requesting for funds and paying people a breeze. Now, Venmo is leveling up with their brand new Venmo Debit Card, making it even easier to handle your finances.

Venmo’s debit card works wherever Mastercard is accepted, so you can pay for just bout anything with the balance in your Venmo account; however, if you don’t have enough in your account, it can automatically transfer money from your linked funding source. There’s plenty more to love about Venmo’s debit card, as you can track your purchases, and even split purchases with your Venmo friends. It even allows you ATM access with no-cost withdrawals from ‘MoneyPass’ ATMs in the United States, and it also provides you with swipe-free shopping through its tap-to-pay option. And, if you happen to lose the card, you can simply disable it through the app. You can get in line through the Venmo app for this limited release debit card now.

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