Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Greenlight Debit Card for Kids On Board the #27 of J.J. Yeley

Greenlight Debit Card for Kids On Board the #27 of J.J. Yeley

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Greenlight Debit Card for Kids On Board the #27 of J.J. Yeley #NASCAR


Have you discovered the Greenlight Debit Card for Kids? I hadn’t until I learned that the company was sponsoring J.J. Yeley for the All Star Open. As an Oma (Dutch Grandmother) to five youngsters, I found this concept both awesomely timely and efficient.

J.J. Yeley, in the #27, will start the Open from the thirteenth position in his Rick Ware Racing Ford. Yeley competes full time in the top NASCAR Series. He was the 2001 and 2003 USAC Sprint Cup Champion; the 2002 and 2003 USAC Silver Crown Champion; and the 2003 USAC “Triple Crown” Winner. J.J. has three hundred and seven (307) cup races under his belt.

As cash usage dwindles, the Greenlight Debit Card for Kids Teens, and College Students provides parents an efficient convenience while teaching their youngsters good money habits. These app-based cards put parents in control, while letting kids learn from their mistakes without getting into serious trouble for only $4.99 per month!

Why Parents Choose Greenlight

Chore management
  • First month free. No contracts. • Includes debit cards for up to five kids • No minimum age. No minimum balance. • No transaction, international or overdraft fees • Their first replacement cards are on us
  • Turn “Do I have to?” into “All done!” Create in-app chore lists and tie the work to perks.

Allowance on autopilot
  • Automatically transfer allowances to kids’ accounts and help them divvy up their earnings between their Spend, Save and Give accounts.

Instant transfers to kids’ cards
  • Send money instantly to your kids' accounts anytime, anywhere. And everyone sleeps a little bit better.

Real-time transaction notifications
  • Get an alert any time the card is used, including when it’s declined for any reason. You always know when, where and how much money they’re spending.

Store-specific spend controls
  • Greenlight is the only debit card that lets you select each store where kids are allowed to spend. If they try to spend where they shouldn’t, we’ll alert you immediately.

Educational app for kids
  • A special version of the Greenlight app* lets kids track balances, work chore lists and more.
  • *App is optional; kids without smart devices can still use their cards.

Switch card on or off from the app
  • If a card is lost or stolen, you can immediately disable it in the Greenlight app. And then switch it back on when the card turns up in the laundry.

Save the change with Round Ups
  • It’s the digital version of putting spare change in a piggy bank. Kids can round up purchases to the next dollar and automatically add the change to their savings. Even when they’re spending, they’re saving.

Parent-Paid Interest on savings
  • Set and pay interest on your kids’ Save accounts, teaching them the magic of compound growth. Turn your savers into super savers!

Personal savings goals
  • Greenlight helps kids set real savings goals and track their progress toward reaching them, all in the app. Someday, they’ll thank you.

ATM parental controls
  • You choose whether your kids can use their cards at ATMs and how much cash they can withdraw. Every parent’s new best friend.

Direct deposit
  • Teens with jobs can set up direct deposit and have their paychecks sent straight to their Greenlight account, so their money is all in one place.

Enabled for Apple Pay and Google Pay
  • Kids can add their Greenlight card as an Apple Pay or Google Pay payment method* so they can tap and pay in an instant. *Subject to Apple Pay and Google Pay age requirements.

Referral bonus
  • When you refer someone to Greenlight, you’ll both get $10. (Along with our endless appreciation.)

Balance tracking
  • See all historic activity in your kids’ Spend, Save and Give accounts. Your kids are about to become budgeting pros.

Remember to tune in to watch J.J. Yeley in the NASCAR All-Star Open. It is scheduled to take the green flag at 7:00 p.m. (ET). The All-Star Open consists of a three-stage sprint at Bristol. The Open contains two thirty-five (35) -lap segments and an exciting fifteen (15) -lap shootout at the end. The winner of each stage in the Open advances to the rear of the All-Star Race field.

Go J.J. and Greenlight



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