Finances and Pain: Is There Any Hope?

Finances and Pain: Is There Any Hope?

Content Sponsored by National Pain Report

In a recent survey conducted by the National Pain Report, one thing was made abundantly clear; chronic pain has a devastating impact on personal finances.

The reasons, the survey uncovered, are due to unemployment, underemployment, direct medical costs, and debt related to managing pain.

Over 92% of survey respondents said that chronic pain has “an enormous” or “a lot” of influence on their economic situation, and 84% said their overall economic situation is “not so good” or “poor”.

A numbing 63% are unable to secure credit, which creates a cascade of real-life, everyday problems. This tragic reality triggered National Pain Report leaders to investigate how to help its readers who are in financial trouble. The result was the creation of the National Pain Report Fight the Pain Visa® Prepaid Debit Card.

“This card allows those who cannot obtain credit access to any merchant that accepts Visa debit cards or any Plus®  or Star® ATM worldwide without the need for a credit check,” said Geoff Sims, Vice President of National Pain Report.  “The National Pain Report Fight the Pain Visa Prepaid Debit Card provides our readers with zero liability fraud protection and online banking that they otherwise may not be able to access,” Sims added.

Readers of National Pain Report overwhelmingly (80%) said they would get a prepaid debit card from National Pain Report to “tell the world that pain is real.”

To start getting control over your finances and freeing you to shop online without a credit card, get your National Pain Report Fight Pain Visa Prepaid Debit Card by visiting this link.

The National Pain Report Fight the Pain Visa Prepaid Debit Card is issued by MetaBank® Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.

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