Tillful Card Has Launched! 📣

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Executive Summary

We are rolling out application invites as we speak to our waitlist in order, with additional priority given to our top referrers. Read on for more information about Tillful Card!

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To our wonderful Tillful community,

We are over the moon to announce that Tillful Card has officially launched! We were happily stunned and excited by all the interest in this card when we first opened the waitlist in November 2021. As many of you know, launching a new product is never easy, and we’d like to thank all 18,000 of you for your patience as we’ve worked on making this a first-of-its-kind card that’s uniquely suited to your needs. This would not have been possible without all of you, and we mean that from the bottom of our hearts. 💚

📣 Update June 30, 2022 📣 Applications have officially opened for everyone! You can apply on the card page, which has been updated with the new application link. We will be emailing all communications from card@tillful.com. We'll also send SMS notifications to the number you provide with status updates and more, just in case you miss the emails. Keep an eye out, and consider adding us to your contacts to prevent important information from going to spam.

Tillful Card is currently available in 46 states. The four currently restricted states are California, North Dakota, Nevada, and South Dakota. We’re working on getting those states cleared with our partners as soon as possible, and will send you updates as we have them.

Upon card approval, you’ll be asked to make a deposit via ACH to secure your credit line. As a reminder, your credit line will be equal to the amount that you deposit. Upon deposit initiation, you will receive immediate access to your virtual cards, along with one physical card, though you won't be able to start swiping until the ACH clears (please allow at least 3-5 business days).

If you were among the first 100 waitlisters, then you were promised a limited edition metal card — we will be upgrading you in the coming months, and no action is required on your part.

Here are some of the perks of being a Tillful Card user:

  • Safely and reliably build business credit with a secured card that reports to Experian
  • Monthly payments (no daily or weekly here!)
  • No annual fee, APR, or other fees
  • No bank minimums; just a $500 minimum deposit to secure your credit line
  • All the perks of being a Mastercard cardholder
  • Rack up rewards on everyday purchases

For a limited time, we’re offering 1.5% introductory rewards when you secure your credit line and start spending within the first month of card activation!

Finally, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank our partners Mastercard, Sutton Bank, and Highnote for helping make Tillful Card happen.

For more information, and answers to our top questions, please visit our FAQ center. If you have any specific questions, feel free to reach out to card@tillful.com, and we’ll get back to you.

With 💚,

Team Tillful

About the author

Catherine Giese

Written by Catherine Giese

Catherine is the Brand Content Manager at Tillful. She writes answers to our most-asked questions and covers the news updates that small business owners need to know.

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