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[size=9] Yes, hereís yet another new financial service vying
for your attention. This time itís RevolutionMoneyExchange,
which is a person-to-person payment system similar to PayPal. Itís free to send,
receive, and withdraw money, but the only funding source allowed is your bank
account (no credit cards). It will be interesting to see if it gains some
traction (and if eBay allows them as a payment option). Currently, they are
offering a $25 bonus just for signing up.
However, youíll have to submit your Social Security
Number to verify your identity, so I had to do a little digging first. According
to this article in American Banker, it is backed by Citi, Morgan
Stanley, and Deutsche Bank AG, which participated in a $50 million venture
capital round. The parent company was formed by bajillionaire Steve Case,
co-founder and former CEO of AOL, and the son of the former CEO of Mastercard.
Also mentioned in USA Today. (Article is
at the bottom of this ad)
Why can they give away from $25 - $500 to
\"PayPal had another exceptional quarter,
with accelerating Total Payment Volume (TPV) and revenue growth. PayPalís
Services business recorded outstanding
results, as PayPal expanded its global footprint to new geographies and
currencies during the
PayPal net revenues totaled a record
$454 million in Q2-07, a growth rate of 34% over the $339 million reported in
TPV was $11.69 billion in Q2-07, a 32%
increase from the $8.86 billion reported in Q2-06.
PayPal Merchant Services contributed
$4.92 billion globally to the $11.69 billion in global TPV in Q2-07,
representing a 57%
increase from the $3.13 billion reported
So to give away 25-50 million dollars
seems like a good investment to me!
Also, there is no hard credit check done using your SSN. It says
clearly at the top ďThis information is not used to review your credit history
or to establish new credit.Ē To get
your $25 use this link and feel free to use this email and put your referral
info in it so you can get your $10 for everyone you refer!
Graham, USA TODAY
SAN FRANCISCO ó Ted Leonsis wants you to pay bills and
transfer money online in a new way, with no fees.
The entrepreneur and vice chairman emeritus of AOL has
teamed with AOL founder Steve Case in a venture called Revolution Money, a kind
of combination credit/debit card and online payment system. It's a unit of
Case's Revolution, which has launched several other companies.
The RevolutionCard launched in September. Today, Revolution
MoneyExchange launches, aiming to take on online payment leader PayPal by
offering free money transfers online at revolutionmoney.com.
The concept is similar to what Google (GOOG)
tried with Google Checkout, without great success.
But there's a twist: Revolution is tied to a
next-generation credit and debit card that promises to be more secure and less
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Revolution's target market is the millions of young people
who spend hours online at social networks.
\"We want to be to social networking what PayPal is to
eBay,\" says Leonsis, chairman of Revolution Money.
Later this month, Revolution will launch on AOL's AIM
instant-messaging service. AIM \"buddies\" will be able to transfer money to each
other or to participating merchants via an instant-message window. From there,
Revolution hopes to be on Facebook, MySpace and anywhere else young people
To use the service, like PayPal, you sign up and type in
your bank account information. Revolution transfers the money from your bank to
the vendors, at no cost to merchants.
However, if consumers want to pay with a credit card, their
only option is the RevolutionCard. Merchants will pay 0.5% of the sale, with no
When consumers buy goods via PayPal, they can use a variety
of credit cards, and merchants pay fees of typically 2% to 3%. Google Checkout ó
which also accepts credit cards ó is free to merchants through the end of the
year. Google hasn't said what its plans are for 2008.
Greg Sterling, an analyst at Sterling Market Intelligence,
says Revolution will find it very slow to wean customers from PayPal.
\"Google Checkout has clearly underperformed,\" he says.
\"People have inertia. They may not love PayPal, but they also don't seem to want
Leonsis says Revolution MoneyExchange will do it the same
way AOL slowly picked up customers for AIM, the instant-messaging juggernaut
that launched in 1995. \"I send you a message, and if you don't have AIM and want
to hear from me, you have to click to get AIM,\" he says. \"As you fill out these
forms to virally accept money from your buddies on Revolution, it's not us
marketing the service. It's me sending you money.\"
AOL Vice President Andy Spillane calls Revolution a \"new
and novel\" extension of what AIM was originally designed for.
\"Suppose I forgot to pay my pizza bill in my fraternity,
but I'm on spring break,\" he says. \"If I can use AIM and log in, know who my
buddy is, and send him the $9.99 I owe him for the pizza ó fine, I've solved a
problem that we never really intended AIM to be used for. That's great.\"
Leonsis predicts the service will have 1 million merchants
and 1 million customers signed up within a year.
While the Revolution credit card is available now, just a
few merchants are accepting it, including Northwest Airlines and Shipley Energy,
which operates a Pennsylvania chain of convenience stores.
Case knows it will take time to sign up a large customer
\"It's chicken and egg,\" he says. \"But that's why it's
called Revolution. Because it is hard. I wouldn't want to do this if it was
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