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TranzactCard is helping members steadily build financial momentum without restructuring the household budget.
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You understand and agree that as a DBO you will:
● be an independent contractor, and not an employee, agent, partner
or legal representative of TZT;
● NOT BE TREATED AS AN EMPLOYEE OF TZT FOR YOUR SERVICES OR FOR
FEDERAL OR STATE TAX PURPOSES;
● have no authority, either expressed or implied, to bind TZT to any obligation;
● not be granted an exclusive territory;
● be responsible for paying all applicable local, state, and federal
taxes of any kind due from all compensation you earn as a DBO;
Today's competitive market, it's more important than ever to have a reliable and efficient payment processing solution. Tranzact Card is a leading provider of payment processing solutions that can help businesses of all sizes accept payments quickly, securely, and affordably.
There are several ways to make a lot of money with TranzactCard. Here are a few of the most effective methods:
The most straightforward way to make money with TranzactCard is by directly enrolling new members into the program. You will earn a commission for each new member you enroll, and the more members you enroll, the more money you will make.
Join Now!Mv: TranzactCard also offers matching bonuses to members who mentor and guide new members. These bonuses can be a valuable source of additional income.
Building a Team:
Another effective way to make money with TranzactCard is by building a team of members. You will earn a commission on the enrollment of your team members, as well as a percentage of their earnings. The more members you have on your team, the more money you will make.
TranzactCard offers leadership bonuses to members who achieve certain levels of success. These bonuses can be significant and can provide a substantial boost to your income.
TranzactCard offers development grants to members who invest in their own personal and professional growth. These grants can help you improve your skills and knowledge, which can make you more successful in the program.
One of the most attractive aspects of TranzactCard is that it can generate residual income. This means that you can continue to earn money from your efforts long after you have stopped working.
Multiple Income Streams:
TranzactCard offers multiple ways to make money, which means that you can diversify your income and reduce your risk.
TranzactCard allows you to work on your own schedule, which means that you can fit it around your other commitments.
No Experience Required:
TranzactCard does not require any prior experience, so anyone can get started.
Low Startup Costs:
The startup costs for TranzactCard are low, so you can get started without making a significant financial investment.
If you are serious about making money with TranzactCard, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of success:
- Set Goals: Set realistic goals for yourself and track your progress regularly.
- Develop a Marketing Plan: Create a marketing plan to reach your target audience.
- Be Persistent: It takes time and effort to build a successful TranzactCard business. Don't give up if you don't see results immediately.
- Seek Help: There are many resources available to help you succeed with TranzactCard. Take advantage of these resources and seek help when you need it.
- Believe in Yourself: Believe in yourself and your ability to succeed. With hard work and dedication, you can make a lot of money with TranzactCard.
Here are just a few of the benefits of joining TranzactCard:
- Competitive rates: TranzactCard offers some of the most competitive rates in the industry, so you can keep more of your hard-earned money.
- Reliable and secure processing: TranzactCard uses state-of-the-art technology to ensure that your transactions are processed quickly and securely.
- 24/7 customer support: TranzactCard is committed to providing excellent customer support, so you can always get help when you need it.
- A wide range of features: TranzactCard offers a wide range of features, including online payment processing, mobile payment processing, and point-of-sale (POS) solutions.
- Easy to use: TranzactCard's solutions are easy to use, so you can start accepting payments right away.
In addition to these benefits, TranzactCard also offers a number of other advantages, such as:
- A dedicated account manager: You will have a dedicated account manager who will work with you to understand your business needs and recommend the best solutions for you.
- Free online reporting: You will have access to free online reporting, so you can track your sales and payments.
- Fraud protection: TranzactCard offers a number of fraud protection features to help keep your business safe.
If you are looking for a reliable and affordable payment processing solution, then TranzactCard is the right choice for you.
Frequently Asked Questions:
TranzactCard is currently transitioning to another banking platform. Checking accounts and bank cards are not available at this time.
What is TranzactCard?
TranzactCard is the digital and plastic transaction bank card that is the public-facing brand of the TranzactCard Financial Ecosystem.
How do I log into my TranzactCard account?
Go to TranzactCard.com and select Log in on the navigation bar. Then, for your security, an active phone number must be entered and is required to access your TranzactCard Account. When your phone number is entered, a text with a unique verification code will be sent and used to log in. This verification code is for your use only and should not be shared with anyone. We'll never reach out to you directly on social media, text, or by email to request this information.
Is TranzactCard safe?
Yes! TranzactCard uses encryption to protect your data in-transit and at-rest. We use many tools to make sure your account cannot be maliciously accessed and consider user privacy to be of the utmost importance, and have built the TranzactCard Ecosystem to keep your information safe.
Does TranzactCard offer joint accounts?
Unfortunately, we don't offer joint accounts at this time. If you're the parent of teenager(s), you can open up to five additional cards and set limits for each card for your teen to have their own card and learn financial responsibility.
Does TranzactCard offer Business Business accounts?
TranzactCard does not currently offer Business accounts. We are constantly looking to improve our banking experience and will offer business accounts in the future. Currently, we do not have an expected date when we will offer this type of service.
Does Weekend and Holidays deposits affect account timing?
In the U.S., almost all funds being transferred between banks move through the Automated Clearing House or ACH, so when there's a bank holiday, you may notice that funds you're expecting to arrive will show up a day or so later than anticipated. The main reason for this is simple, ACH doesn't operate on weekends or bank holidays. This applies to all deposits that use ACH, including payroll for most employers, unemployment or disability benefits, and deposits you've initiated from your own 3rd party bank in our app.
What is the TranzactCard Financial Ecosystem?
It is a privately developed members-only ecosystem that includes state-of-the-art financial technologies, an e-commerce platform, for the purpose of creating economic uplift for its member constituents in ways not available in any other product or system in the USA."
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The Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (DSSRC) was created in January 2019 to address
earnings claims (including lifestyle representations) and product claims communicated
by direct selling companies and their salesforce members to ensure a high level of accuracy and
adequate substantiation of those claims, thereby maintaining and enhancing the confidence
of consumers in the direct selling business model. The DSSRC is administered by BBB National
Programs to provide an independent mechanism for the monitoring of such claims by
all members of the direct selling industry. The DSSRC is supported by the Direct Selling
Association (DSA), which is engaged in educational programs dedicated to the dissemination
of this guidance throughout the direct selling industry.
One of the greatest challenges for direct selling companies is ensuring that the earnings
claims communicated by their salesforce members comply with legal and self-regulatory
This guidance provided by the Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council (“DSSRC”)
as to earnings claims is based on statutes, regulations, and guidance documents issued by
regulatory agencies, judicial precedent, and decisions from self-regulatory organizations. DSSRC intended to
periodically update this guidance to reinforce the fundamental principles regarding the dissemination of earnings
Among other sources, DSSRC will refer to Section A (8) of the Direct Selling Association’s
(DSA) Code of Ethics, the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) .com Disclosures Guide, the 2018 FTC Business
Guidance Concerning Multi-Level Marketing, and the FTC Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and
Testimonials in Advertising. This document is also intended to provide more detail on how the DSSRC reviews and
evaluates earnings claims. The following principles apply to both direct selling companies and their independent
salesforce members and are provided for guidance to the direct selling industry and should not be viewed as
advice on legal compliance obligations under state and federal law. Direct selling companies are also encouraged
to consult with their legal counsel for compliance with federal and state laws and regulations that govern earnings
While DSSRC has drawn upon the aforementioned sources in creating this guidance, this document is intended
only to provide more detail on how DSSRC reviews and evaluates earnings claims and should not be construed
as providing any guidance or advice as to how state or federal regulators may interpret earnings claims and/or
DSSRC cautions direct selling companies and their independent salesforce members against the use of any words
or images communicating that a direct selling business opportunity will result in earnings beyond what can be
generally expected by the typical salesforce member in the depicted circumstances (e.g. modest or supplemental
1. Core Principle: It is misleading for a direct selling company and/or its salesforce members to make any
earnings claims unless the direct selling company and/or its salesforce members:
(A) have a reasonable basis for its claim at the time the claim is made; and
(B) have documentation that substantiates the claim at the time the claim is made.
2. For purposes of a DSSRC inquiry, an earnings claim is any claim, express or implied, communicated by
either the direct selling company itself or by its independent salesforce members that conveys:
(A) a level or range of actual or potential earnings that may be earned by salesforce members; See
Example No. 1.
(B) a level or range of gross or net income or profits, including but not limited to representations
that suggest that the ability to make lifestyle purchases – such as homes, vehicles, vacations, etc.
– are related to income earned from direct selling;
(C) any statement, representation, or hypothetical scenario from which a current or prospective
salesforce member could reasonably infer that he/she will earn a certain level or range of
income; See Examples No. 2.1 and 2.2.
(D) any chart, table, or mathematical calculation demonstrating possible income, actual or potential
sales, or gross or net profits based upon a combination of variables;
(E) marketing materials or advertising describing or promising potential income amounts or
demonstrating extraordinary or lavish lifestyles of salesforce members enabled by their
participation in direct selling; See Example No. 3.
(F) that salesforce members may earn or have earned company-sponsored incentives, including
those lifestyle purchases described in section 2(B), and vacations or other rewards.
(G) any advertising message (including verbal statements, demonstrations, or depictions of the
name, signature, likeness or other identifying personal characteristics of an individual or the
name or seal of an organization) that consumers are likely to believe reflects the opinions,
beliefs, findings, or experiences of a party other than the direct selling company (e.g.,
Testimonial or Success Story) even if the views expressed by that party are identical to those of
the direct selling company.
3. Earnings claims should account for mandatory costs of the direct selling product or service that
participants purchase for resale. See Example No. 4. Consideration of additional costs of participation in a
direct selling business opportunity, such as registration, travel and accommodation costs incurred when
attending company events, may be necessary depending upon the significance of those costs and should
be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
4. Advertising materials of a direct selling company include not only materials disseminated by the company
itself but also claims made by the direct selling company’s salesforce members including claims made on
social media. A direct selling company is responsible for the earnings claims made by its salesforce
members. Direct selling companies should engage in effective training, monitoring, and enforcement
procedures to provide reasonable assurance that claims made by salesforce members are truthful and
5. Lavish lifestyle claims either expressly state or imply through visual images or otherwise that participation
in a direct selling business is likely to result in the ability of the participants to live a lavish or extravagant
lifestyle. DSSRC will evaluate whether a claim is a lavish lifestyle claim based upon the context in which
the claim appears and the potential net impression of such claim to the audience.
The following are examples of prohibited lifestyle depictions when made to a general audience of
prospective or current salesforce members: Descriptions or images of opulent mansions, private
helicopters, private jets, yachts, luxury automobiles, or any substantially similar descriptions or images.
See Example No. 5.
6. While DSSRC will evaluate any claim based upon the context in which the claim appears and the potential
net impression of such claim to the audience, some words and phrases are prohibited when made to a
general audience of prospective or current salesforce members. Such words and phrases include
statements such as “quit your job,” “be set for life,” “make more money than you ever have imagined or
thought possible,” “unlimited income,” “full-time income,” “replacement income,” “career-level income,”
or any substantially similar statements or representations. In addition, some words or phrases commonly
used in earnings claims can carry a particularly high risk of being misleading to consumers. Such words
and phrases include but are not limited to claims such as “financial freedom,” “financial flexibility,” “be
your own boss,” and “residual income.
7. Unqualified earnings claims should be supported by substantiation demonstrating that the earnings
communicated in the claim can be generally expected by a typical salesforce member in the depicted
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