The Day The Credit Card Was Born 6 Decades Later Fresno Company Drops Net-settlement Credit Line

America began to change on a mid-September day in 1958, when Bank of America dropped its first 60,000 credit cards on the unassuming city of Fresno, California. That’s a word they liked to use in the credit card business to characterize a mass mailing of cards — a “drop” — and it is an unwittingly apt description. There had been no outward yearning among the residents of Fresno for such a device, nor even the dimmest awareness that such a thing was in the works. It simply arrived one day, with no advance warning, as if dropped from the sky. Over the course of the next 12 years, before the practice of mass card mailings was outlawed, banks would blanket the country with 100 million credit cards of one sort or another, and it would always have that same feeling. It would always seem as though those first 100 million credit cards had simply fallen from the sky.

MKG Enterprises Corp is a diversified Emerging Growth financial service company licensed as a finance Lender & Broker by the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation. The company CFL licensee provides non-recourse tax refund lines of credit products primarily to customers with limited access to consumer credit from banks, thrifts, credit cards and lenders.

Our primary focus is net-settlement tax refunds, reimbursement to a taxpayer of any excess amount paid to the federal government or a state government, auto title loans, subprime auto loans, structured settlements, Non-recourse IRA, 401(k) and HSA line of credit.

Credit is a cornerstone of the U.S. economy, and access to affordable credit is central to unlocking upward mobility and opportunity. The FICO score was invented in 1956 and remains the standard for determining who is approved for credit and at what interest rate. While FICO is rarely the only input in a lending decision, most banks use simple, rules-based systems that consider only a limited number of variables. Unfortunately, because legacy credit systems fail to properly identify and quantify risk, millions of creditworthy individuals are left out of the system, and millions more pay too much to borrow money.

MKG Tax Consultants finance agents provides income tax preparation, Web App Finance Tax Advance Mobile Payments “FinTAMP” to customers with limited access to consumer credit from banks, thrifts, credit cards and lenders determined by their tax refund status instead of their FICO score as a bank product or RAC refund Anticipation Check  to the under bank by providing no up front tax preparation fee’s and consumer loan products.

You can get in on the groundfloor by purchasing common sharpes before MKG Enterprises Corp drops its revolutionary tax refund line of credit mobile app.

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