Creditnet Announces 'Back to School Fun Fund' Student Contest

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Creditnet has announced a "Back to School Fun Fund" promotion just in time for the new school year.

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Creditnet is sponsoring the "Back to School Fun Fund" promotion

Whether you’re a college student, or just a student at heart, we invite everyone to enter our contest.

Creditnet.com, a leading website for reviews of credit cards and other important personal finance information, has announced a “Back to School Fun Fund” contest that will award one lucky college student with a prepaid debit card valued up to $500.

The unique event is tied into the Creditnet Facebook page, where participants can “like” the page to be registered for a chance to win a prepaid credit card. The amount of money on the card is determined by how many participants sign up for the promotion. Starting at $100, for every 200 entries received by Creditnet, the amount will raise $100. If the contest hits 800 or more entries, the prize will reach its maximum pot of $500.

“We’re excited to welcome in the new school year with the ‘Back to School Fun Fund’ promotion,” said Joshua Heckathorn, President of Creditnet. “With the high cost of education these days, we thought it’d be a great time to give a boost to a lucky student’s finances. So whether you’re a college student, or just a student at heart, we invite everyone to enter our contest.”

Creditnet will be accepting entries from Wednesday, September 7th to Monday, September 26th. The winner will be notified the following day via email, and can immediately stop stressing about the cost of textbooks this semester.

About Creditnet:

Based in Seattle, WA, Creditnet.com provides a free online network of people and resources dedicated to helping others build, maintain, or repair credit. The company also offers recommendations on credit cards for college students, no interest credit cards, and rewards cards. Creditnet’s vision is to be the premier online resource for all things related to credit.

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