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Club Participation with the Magnises Card has it Perks

Magnises is all about millennials and their habits of working hard in a self inflicted isolation. Getting them out and about is selling as they love to join Magnises and carry the card. The card carrying smart choice to have a personalized black card that gives the young successful millennial access to a social life at the clubs they love to join is catching fire. It looks a lot like an American Express card with its black design but suggests the electronic medium of the social norms used by young and rising professionals on businessinsider.com. The punch card effect is also characteristic of the Magnises Black card to signal its binary language supported basis where it is entirely connected online through the electronic lifestyle of Internet and computer driven technology to reach that goal of being socially advanced and integrated with important events, social trends and life changing interaction between the age group members that have only known this kind of communication.

Not only does holding and presenting the Magnises card provide great access to other great people, but it allows for deep discounts in the enjoyment of great eateries, saloons and membership at popular gathering places. Getting a private seating at a very exclusive concert or an posh getaway reservation is easy and commonly available because of being a member of Magnises. This black card has the mystique of the well branded, traditionally reliable AmEx card but it is in its own right one that offers so much more access for people who love other people in the younger generations that are picking up the baton from the previous baby boomers who created the widespread use of the American Express brand.

This is Magnises, a card that supports those who identify with Billy McFarland, a twenty-plus, who is brightly instep with the power of connectivity on a social media platform on cnbc.com exclusively for the millennial business person, consumer, and Internet shopper. It is a great boon for businesses as well as consumers looking for great deals on entertainment, products and services and a space for social interaction. Some 12,000 new members have ballooned into reality for McFarland’s new Card with its reasonably priced membership fee of $99 per month for New Yorkers. With this they earn access to a new work-lifestyle facility called Alley. They can take advantage of the corporate offices that provide space to rent at a steal of a rate of $500 per month. This feature is searchable as WorkPass, where details about McFarland’s Magnises work-life aspect of this card can be found.

This fledgling ambitious start up has also branched out to offer membership to the Magnises club for exclusive New York nightclubs for a $65 month fee. One of the spots that are featured in the HotelPass of the Magnises card are The Dream Hotel where members will get rooms for $79 per night. Much research about member’s patterns of choice and behavior has fructified into offers such as these that are effectively growing the base of support from new memberships exponentially.

What’s the buzz surrounding the Magnises card?

Does the idea of running in a VIP social group tickle your fancy? Most significantly: Are you a trendy and classy young adult? If you’ve replied yes to the above-mentioned questions, then you need to be aware of the buzz surrounding Magnises card, the novel black card on the block. However, if you replied no to the abovementioned questions, this article is still worth your time.

So what’s the Magnises card?

Billy McFarland is the pioneer of the Magnises card project. In 2013, he and his clique of friends had a discussion about how exciting it would feel to acquire an exclusive credit card. However, they realized they had to bide their time until they achieved the required earnings and status that the issuer of the credit card stipulated. Taking inspiration from that discussion, McFarland put his mind to create a flashy card that the millennial demographic would access straight away. Thereafter, the Magnises card was introduced to the market. The name ‘Magnises’ was simply made up, although it sounds outstanding.

What are the perks that come with the Magnises card? For an annual fee of $250, you get:
• Black metal card that you can use a credit card for purchases
• Unrestricted entry to the Magnises penthouse, where you can mingle with fellow cardholders.
• Shopping, restaurant and hotel perks at world class venues in your city
• Access to private chauffeurs
Access and reservations to exclusive bars and night clubs
• Invites to exclusive events organized by Magnises
• Discounted holiday trips

Bear in mind that Magnises isn’t just a credit card

On face value, you would think that the Magnises card is similar to the other expensive credit cards currently in the market. The Magnises card is not precisely a credit card.

Unlike the normal credit cards, the Magnises card is neither tied to an allotting bank nor does it run on any of the leading credit card networks. It’s basically a substitute for your standard credit card. After duplicating your typical card details onto the Magnises card, you can proceed to use it everywhere where plastic cards are accepted.

Consequently, you can basically select any credit card that suits your standard of living, link it to the Magnises card and it can act as your payment tool. This sort of flexibility explains why the millennial demographic accounts for the lion share of Magnises card holders.

How to become a member

Click the ‘Join Now’ tab on Magnises website and fill out the online application form. If the Magnises team is happy with your first application, you proceed to the next stage of the acceptance, which involves a phone interview.

According to Billy McFarland, the goal of Magnises is to reach the one million mark by 2019 in regards to membership- a feat he believes is pretty much realistic.

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Bank inDallas Helps to Make Owning a Home a Reality for More Southern Dallas Residents

Unfortunately, statistics show that very few people in the Northern Dallas area own their own homes. In fact, many people throughout the community feel that increased home ownership would benefit both new homeowners and the residents currently living in the neighborhoods they move into, by providing diversity, stability and enriching experiences.

In order to help people with lower incomes own their first home, 3 of Dallas’ top organizations, (Habitat for Humanity, Dallas Neighborhood Homes and NexBank), have teamed up to extend at least 100 loans to deserving local families.

Habitat for Humanity, a nationally recognized organization, (now working with Nexbank) has thus far built a record 1600 homes and is currently the largest charity home builder in Dallas. They currently build about 50 homes every year and have been in the Dallas home building business for over 30 years. The organization works with both public and private funders to secure the money they need to achieve their goals which include:

• Breaking the cycle of poverty,
• Transforming communities,
• Transforming families, and
• Bringing new life to neighborhoods

Dallas Neighborhood Homes is an organization unique to Dallas. Though the organization is a mortgage banking agency with a state license, Habitat for Humanity established the group to help homebuyers secure mortgages for their homes. The organization’s goals are to:

• Make loans possible where other lenders will not,
• Make home loans accessible for every borrower,
• Increase diversity throughout Dallas neighborhoods, and
• Increase nonbiased buying power for poor and moderate income home buyers.

Their motto is, “Making the American Dream a Reality One Home at a Time.”

NexBank is one of the most successful FDIC member banking entities in the Dallas region. Their assets are approximately $3.5 billion and their bank charter dates back to 1922. NexBank is proud to participate in any charitable programs that will help to make life in their hometown better for all residents.

Read more about Nexbank:

https://www.mybanktracker.com/branch/Nexbank-Ssb/TX/Dallas/75201/2515-Mckinney-Ave-Suite-1100-119894

http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=23678115

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