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The Occupy Card is a revolutionary new approach to banking: a card that gives control and ownership back to the customer, not the banker. The Occupy Card offers features that you won’t find from today’s banks:

Value: The Occupy Card offers lower charges and more services than comparable checking accounts or prepaid cards.

Ownership: All users will automatically become owners of the cooperative company that runs the card, with the power to decide on its policies and management

Justice: The Occupy Card attacks head-on the exploitation of America’s 40 million “unbanked” and “underbanked”, often the most disadvantaged of our society, who are offered inferior and overpriced services by the for-profit banking industry.

http://OccupyCard.com | occupycard@interoccupy.net | (347) 674-6594

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Posted August 26th, 2013 by occupycard • permalink

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Posted July 27th, 2012 by greggsky • permalink

The information here is from the Occupy.net wiki. Use the wiki to document everything pertaining to your Hub. Wikis are a powerful way to share content and document the processes for the work you are engaged in.

Occupy Card is organizing using an InterOccupy Hub.
http://www.occupycard.com
Hub on InterOccupy

The Occupy Card is a revolutionary new approach to banking: a card that gives control and ownership back to the customer, not the banker. The Occupy Card offers features that you won’t find from today’s banks:

Value: The Occupy Card offers lower charges and more services than comparable checking accounts or prepaid cards

Ownership: All users will automatically become owners of the cooperative company that runs the card, with the power to decide on its policies and management

Justice: The Occupy Card attacks head-on the exploitation of America’s 40 million “unbanked” and “underbanked”, often the most disadvantaged of our society, who are offered inferior and overpriced services by the for-profit banking industry

source: http://wiki.occupy.net/wiki/Occupy_Card

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