Most charts I get sent are up and to the right. Not this one.
The chart ReadyForZero sent me (above) goes down and to the right. This is meant to showcase just how much debt the service is helping users eliminate. They’re the blue lines on the bottom. It’s like golf, the lower the better.
All told, ReadyForZero is already helping their users eliminate some $42 million in credit card debt since… → Read More
Y Combinator-backed startup ReadyForZero, a startup that helps Americans cleanse themselves of credit card debt, is taking its debt management platform public today. Launched in private beta last year, ReadyForZero is trying to help those consumers who are having trouble paying their debt off, as opposed to those who are already in collections or bankruptcy. Essentially the site uses a Mint.com… → Read More
Y Combinator-backed startup ReadyForZero is announcing a $260,000 seed round of funding from a number of well-known angel investors including Steve Chen, the co-founder of YouTube; Dave McClure, Benjamin Ling, Nils Johnson, and Maneesh Arora.
Credit card debt is a serious issue for Americans, who have an average of four credit cards each. Defaulting on credit card bills can result in damage to your credit score and even bankruptcy. Y Combinator-backed ReadyForZero is launching today as easy to use web-based platform to help guide consumers out of credit card debt.
The site asks you to import your credit card information, including… → Read More