WWE Forms Partnership With Credit Card Company SubPrime Credit One
Monitoring their foray into predatory lending via prepaid cards, WWE has expanded to partner with Credit One, a credit card company that specializes in credit cards for people with bad credit known as the subprime credit card. Credit One, which was called “confusing to consumers” by Nerdwallet and “not worth it” by The motley madman for “lack of transparency”, “excessive credit card charges” and “poor rewards”, has an average score of 2.4 out of Credit Karma with over a thousand 1 star reviews, more than all other star reviews combined.
“Credit One Bank is now a proud partner of WWE, a global leader in sports entertainment, which will allow us to leverage WWE’s broad media platform with integrated content that is sure to amaze and amaze us. to delight fans, “said John Coombe, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Credit One Bank in a press release. “This relationship will help us reach new consumers, expand our core product and service offerings to our millions of cardholders, and ultimately give people more of what they love, which is well as WWE approaches to develop family entertainment accessible to fans everywhere. multiple platforms. “
“We are proud to partner with Credit One Bank on this multi-faceted partnership, which will provide exciting opportunities for WWE fans and Credit One cardholders,” said Stephanie McMahon, Chief Brand Officer of the WWE, also in the press release. “We are confident the WWE Universe will appreciate the offers we create as part of this integrated campaign.”
The partnership will begin at Survivor Series and will eventually include “a themed credit card with must-have perks designed for ultimate WWE fans.” According to the press release, the multi-year partnership will also include “upcoming benefits and customer experiences for current and future Credit One Bank cardholders. Previous WWE activations have focused on vibrant fan experiences that only one WWE can deliver, from trips to a “Fantasy Camp” at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando to VIP experiences at live WWE events. “