A new smartphone app for Android, ProntoBux gives users cash rebates, which is deposited into their bank account via Bank of American within 24-hours of download.
LAS VEGAS – June, 2013 – ProntoBux, a new smartphone app, offers users a “Fast Response Cash Rebate” when they purchase educational, financial literacy e-books. The user’s selected e-book is downloaded onto their mobile device and the balance is charged to their cell phone bill to be paid at a later date. Meanwhile, within 24 hours, a cash rebate is deposited directly into their bank account courtesy of Bank of America.
“Bank of America is a wonderful institution,” says Willard Dean, ProntoBux Founder. “They prize education, as exemplified in their Better Money Habits website. ProntoBux shares those core values. Our e-books feature in-depth, practical information, so our readers are empowered to get out of debt, recover from bankruptcy, save money effectively, and manage their funds better. My goal when I invented ProntoBux was to help people gain financial independence. That’s the American dream!”
A free app, ProntoBux is geared towards college students, young families, working class, and fixed income individuals. In their Google Plus reviews of the app, many users are pleased to note that not only does the app supply them with a quick influx of cash, but it also provides them with the educational materials they need to improve their financial practices and avoid the stress incurred by an empty checking account. Not a loan, the “Fast Response Cash Rebates” do not incur interest or need to be paid back. E-books range in price and rebate value depending on the topic the user selects.
Now in the process of starting their second round of funding, ProntoBux is rapidly gaining popularity. Currently on Android, the app will also be available on iPhone soon. Anticipated later this year are a plethora of new services including an incentive program, pre-paid cash cards, audio books, video lessons, and retail discounts. ProntoBux will launch a Kickstarter incentive program (The ProntoBux Project) for investors this July.
Prontobux is a free app, currently available for Android smartphone users. By downloading and charging financial educational e-books to their cell phone bills, users receive a cash rebate, via Bank of America, deposited directly into their bank account. For more information visit GooglePlay at http://goo.gl/phmMM or www.ProntoBux.com.