Hispanic Financial Web Portal Opens at TarjetasdeCredito.tv - Offering Consumer Education Through Video Tutorials

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The business of marketing financial cards on the internet is a multi million dollar a year business. Hispanic/Latino web surfers in the USA now have a one stop shop financial portal to apply for and get valuable education on credit cards, debit cards, and prepaid cards (prepagada).

I am very excited about launching this business, with the idea of becoming a financial products focused online video educational portal for the USA Hispanic/Latino community

TarjetasdeCredito.tv, an educational video and text web portal for credit cards and prepaid/stored value debit card products is officially opened for business. The uniqueness of the site is that content is available in both English and Spanish, targeting the ever growing Hispanic/Latino markets in the United States.

"I am very excited about launching this business, with the idea of becoming a financial products focused online video educational portal for the USA Hispanic/Latino community," said Mark Colyer, Executive Vice President of Branded Marketing, LLC. "We feel the market is poorly represented in this area, and the always important need to establish ones financial footprint and sound financial future is a true growth opportunity for helping this market. With the advent of video tutorials and the ability to stream videos seamlessly online through the '.tv' initiative, the hispanic/latino online consumer will feel confident in our product and valuable information."

TarjetasdeCredito.tv, meaning "CreditCards.tv" in Spanish, will act as the web address for this USA hispanic/latino educational portal.

"Our goal within the next 90 days is to establish alliances with bilingual consumer financial groups and non-profit financial educators who are looking to offer valuable content and resources to our portal," said Colyer.

U.S. Hispanic purchasing power alone has surged to nearly $750 billion and is projected to reach as much as $1 trillion by 2010, according to new estimates by HispanTelligence®.

U.S. Hispanic internet users will reach nearly 21 million by 2010, according to research company eMarketer. This means that by 2010 the number of Hispanic internet users will approach the number of African-American users.

Partnership inquires or business development proposals are welcomed.

For more information, please visit: Tarjetas de Credito or Call Toll Free: 1-888-TARJETA

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