The Planned Spending Program will help our members get the greatest benefit from Float. Whether it’s to pay off debt more quickly, build more positive credit history, build a larger interest-free “loan cushion”, or just to budget more effectively.
Lexington, KY (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
Float Money recently announced that it has launched its Planned Spending Program (PSP). The new program makes it easier for Float members to budget and earn interest-free credit through scheduled, recurring gift card orders.
Float created the PSP to offer a flexible, convenient way to seamlessly deliver the gift cards that Float members use for their local shopping. Members can select and edit all aspects of their delivery schedule and the contents of their orders in the new, streamlined PSP interface. See details about the PSP here.
Float is an alternative consumer lending solution that rewards members with an interest-free line of credit for shopping with their network of merchants, both online and in-store with gift cards. More information at FloatMoney.com.
Float Money founder and CEO Shane Hadden noted that, “The Planned Spending Program is a major step forward as we continue to innovate to help our members build safe, interest-free credit.
Hadden went on to say, “PSP will help our members get the greatest benefit from Float. Whether it’s to pay off debt more quickly, build more positive credit history, build a larger interest-free “loan cushion”, or just to budget more effectively, PSP is a unique and powerful tool that everyone should use.”
Founded in 2011, Float is an online lender focused on improving their members’ financial health by leveraging an asset every consumer has – their shopping loyalty. Float offers general-purpose interest-free loans to members who do their shopping for everyday items through the Float network of merchants. This network of over 1,000 online and local merchants includes top national brands, boutiques, groceries, restaurants and gas stations. Float is based in Lexington, Kentucky and currently serves members in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and Texas. Float will be lending in additional states soon. For more information, visit http://www.floatmoney.com.