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My Name Is Ben Faltinowski. I am marketing a new revolutionary credit-card based computer that can store several numbers, and be used like a card. AMA!!

Ben Faltinowski
Jul 15, 2017

The Flye Card, as my company calls it, is a new revolutionary way of "consolidating" the use of several credit, debit, or reward cards into one card-sized/shaped/looking device.  

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How much does your revolutionary device cost?

Jul 15, 2:41PM EDT0

I won't give specifics about pricing yet, but it's around 1/3 of the average smartphone.  

See HERE for more details.

Jul 15, 4:08PM EDT0

Does this device have a limited edition?

Jul 15, 2:40PM EDT1

Does your company already have competitors in the market in this project?

Jul 15, 2:40PM EDT1

A monopoly on a technology is one of mankind's most fleeting states of being.  Right now, this is the only one.  I will tell you that pricing on this is very resonable.  I have more intel listed HERE.

Jul 15, 4:10PM EDT0

How do customers react to such novelty?

Jul 15, 2:39PM EDT1

If you look up what's listed in THIS LINK,specifically on Youtube, you will see a sampling of reactions to the technology. I was when I saw my upline demonstrate it at dinner.

Jul 15, 4:14PM EDT0
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Is this device in demand?

Jul 15, 2:38PM EDT1

It is.  I and others on my team have been talking about it and are very excited about it's release for this reason.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:15PM EDT0

How many the Flye Cards have you already sold?

Jul 15, 2:38PM EDT1

What are the functions of this device?

Jul 15, 2:36PM EDT1

Up to 8 credit cards, debit cards, and/or Membership cards info can be stored in this Card, and a small touch-sensitive LCD screen is pressed to cycle between cards.  It is then run through a scanner or chip reader like a conventional card.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:17PM EDT0

Can I use this device as a card for withdrawing cash?

Jul 15, 2:36PM EDT1

Yes!!!!  Works exactly the same as a bank debit card.  Visit HERE for more information on the card.

Jul 15, 4:18PM EDT0
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What technologies are used to create this card?

Jul 15, 2:34PM EDT1

It is proprietary.  However, you store up to 8 credit cards, debit cards, or membership cards onboard the card device.  The info is stored onboard the card, and not queried from a cloud or database somewhere.  It has a touchscreen on it to allow you to cycle through what "card" you want to use, and then you use it just like a regular card.  It has onboard encryption, and you can disable the card if you get it too far from your smart phone or do a security lockdown if it's stolen.  There have been some cases overseas where this has happened, and the thieves wound up getting nowhere.  Plus, the onboard tracking device can lead you to the card if you drop it.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:20PM EDT0

Has your company designed this device itself?

Jul 15, 2:33PM EDT1

It devised the idea, and then worked with a security contractor to develop it.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:21PM EDT0

What other devices does your company offer?

Jul 15, 2:33PM EDT1

This is the only one.  My company is WorldVentures travel, and offers Vacation club memberships of $50.00 a month.  If you refer 4 people to join, that membership goes completely away.  You can then start earning points good toward point-based earned vacations at various domestic and international locations.  It's competitive with Sams Club and Costco clubs.

Jul 15, 4:22PM EDT0

Did you take a part in the creation of this card?

Jul 15, 2:32PM EDT1

No I did not.  I'm an engineer, but I joined independent of the development.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:23PM EDT0

Do you think this project will be successful?

Jul 15, 2:31PM EDT1

I do believe so.  All those who have seen it demonstrated have loved it.  Look up Flye Card on Youtube and you'll see. Also visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:23PM EDT0
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How did you come up with the idea of creating this device?

Jul 15, 2:30PM EDT1

I didn't design it.  I sell it.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:24PM EDT0
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Tell us how it works.

Jul 15, 2:28PM EDT1

With this, you can store up to 8 credit cards, debit cards, or membership cards onboard the card device.  The info is stored onboard the card, and not queried from a cloud or database somewhere.  It has a touchscreen on it to allow you to cycle through what "card" you want to use, and then you use it just like a regular card.  It has onboard encryption, and you can disable the card if you get it too far from your smart phone or do a security lockdown if it's stolen.  There have been some cases overseas where this has happened, and the thieves wound up getting nowhere.  Plus, the onboard tracking device can lead you to the card if you drop it.  Visit HERE for specifics.

Jul 15, 4:24PM EDT0
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