Women power the economy. Access financial education and discounts on brands you love.
The Sequin Rewards Visa® Debit Card is your all access pass to the financial world, discounts, and a community of financial feminists.
How Sequin Works
Sign up for a Sequin Rewards Visa® Debit Card for only $89/yr or $9/mo.
Open a Sequin checking account and transfer funds from your existing bank account to fund your Sequin debit card - use everywhere Visa is accepted.
Earn $500+ in savings on women-focused and led brands and exclusive financial education with challenges, quizzes, articles, and more!
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What's different for women?
Women are more likely than men to be charged late or overdraft fees, but with actionable financial information the gap disappears. 3
The Pink Tax
Women pay more for everyday products and services 42% of the time, and it is harmful to women's overall financial goals. 4
Women are more likely to be authorized users on bank accounts, and are more susceptible to financial control and abuse. 5
With the Sequin Visa® Debit Card, you get discount codes up to 20% off on brands you love (e.g Thinx, Parade) and earn $500+ in savings. Access exclusive quizzes, articles, webinars, and tools alongside an expert-led community of financial feminists!
Increasing your credit score could save you up to $56,400 in interest on loans, credit cards, mortgages, and beyond!
With a Sequin Visa Rewards Card membership, you can access credit score boosting tools like personalized recommendations based on your actual credit card spending habits and unlimited access to credit scores and reports.
Whether it's joining the 800+ credit score club, paying off pesky credit card debt, or charting your journey to that #premium credit card lifestyle, Sequin has your back with challenges, quizzes, articles, and more!
The average user experienced a 20 point credit score increase in just one week!2
Sequin welcomes anyone regardless of gender identity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, or age in accordance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act of 1974.
As a (not so) fun fact, before the passage of this act (kudos to Ruth Bader Ginsburg), women could be denied a credit card without a male co-signer.
Sequins were a Venetian gold currency until, over time, the reflective metals became decorative accents. The word "Sikka" still means currency in many Arabic languages today. Our team felt the name represented the powerful history of financial tools while paying homage to the women Sequin is serving.
As a Sequin community, we questioned why most cards are black and blue - short answer: they represent the patriarchy and who the financial system was designed for. We came upon coral, as an inclusive shade that looks good on every skin tone - instead representing diversity and inclusivity.
We love to hear from you. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.