Spring Clean Your Finances with Zip: Introducing Money Mondays & our Consumer Bill of Rights
Hey there—yes, talking to you: are you ready for the opportunity to level up your finances? Well, it’s your lucky day/week/month: April is Financial Literacy Month, and we’re taking it seriously (but in a fun way).
What’s Financial Literacy Month all about?
The official purpose of this event is “to raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy and the need for effective financial education”—in other words, it’s a chance to get smarter with money by brushing up on the fundamentals of budgeting, saving, and spending.
In case you don’t know already, making smarter money moves is what we’re all about. Zip is more than just a buy now, pay later platform: it’s a tool for consumers to manage their day-to-day budgeting and spending. Whether you’re splitting your purchase in 4 at an online retailer or at the grocery store, Zip is built to guide you towards a healthier financial future.
How we’re bringing our commitment to life
Financial literacy starts with the ABCs, so that’s where we’ll focus: covering the basics of budgeting, smart spending, and using Zip to avoid credit card debt.
On “Money Mondays” throughout the month of April, you’ll get access to:
- Smart spending tips via email & push
- Entertaining video content from your favorite Tiktokers
- Intel on using Zip for your everyday purchases
- Engaging (& informative!) Instagram posts, stories, and reels
Zip’s Consumer Bill of Rights
We’ve got a lot in store for you over the next month—but before we jump into that, we want to be crystal clear about our commitment to our customers. In that spirit, we’re very excited to share with you our newly minted Consumer Bill of Rights.
This bill of rights is a promise to you: that when you choose to pay with Zip, we will honor our commitment to transparency, security, and fairness at every step of the journey.
Ready to start making money moves? Follow us on Instagram and TikTok, and we’ll see you in April!
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Zip’s editorial content is not written by a financial advisor. It’s intended for informational purposes and should not be considered legal or financial advice. Consult a professional to learn what financial products are right for you.