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Isis wants to pay Wells Fargo credit card users $100 per month

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(Thanks to Will Run For Miles for passing this one along–please visit her blog to encourage her to keep feeding us tips.)

There’s a nice little promotion being run by Isis, which according to the press release, is “a mobile commerce joint venture created by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA Inc. and Verizon Wireless” and not to be confused with the fictional intelligence service on Archer. From the release:

Now through April 30, 2014, consumers using a participating Wells Fargo credit card in the Isis Mobile Wallet will receive a $20 credit applied to their statement the first time they tap to pay, along with an additional 20 percent back in statement credits on all tap and pay purchases, up to $100 in statement credits per calendar month.

Interested? Sign up here. And don’t forget that Amex Serve has a similar deal going on.

 

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  • Thanks for the mention, and it’s my pleasure to share information with my colleagues. As you know, Isis only works with Android, not iPhones. Interestingly, one of Apple’s founders, Steve Wozniak, recently stated in an interview that it would be a good idea for Apple to enter the Android market. http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2014/02/woz-interview/ – I would guess that it would be called an iAndroid.

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  • LANA!

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    • LANA!

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      • … danger zone.

        Sorry, I only clicked for the banner image. I don’t have a Wells account. Thought about opening one for the plush horse promo though (and the 5% intro offer card)… I’ll wait until that comes around again.

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        • I’m just happy somebody came in here and quoted Archer. That was really the #1 priority for this post.

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