The Unified Banking Powerhouse
Rabbit Savior and Priority Passport have teamed up to offer our Bun Bill Assistance members and those with FundMyBun campaigns a unified commerce streamlined banking service. This is the industries’ only native payment/banking platform. Passport provides a safe, secure, scalable and an easy way to manage financial transactions involving payment transfers with methods such as card, ACH, check and wires.
The Passport account system allows Rabbit Savior to transfer our member’s funds directly to their Passport account. We have co-branded with Visa card services to have our Rabbit Savior logo on the card. The Passport account would be used for paying out claims and Fund My Bun donations. The Visa card can be used worldwide with a unique pin code created by the user.
The Passport account can be used not only with our services, but also for online purchases instead of using a saved credit card or online banking. It can also replace the need for a traditional “in branch” banking account and ATM. This system was created to protect consumers from fraud and prevent identity and monetary theft, which can occur with other systems that store credit card information. Passport accounts are also FDIC insured and all accounts are covered under nationwide money transmission licensing. This is the future of online banking.
Visit the Passport website to learn more
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How do I sign up for a passport account?
When you apply for Bun Bill Assistance or a FundMyBun campaign, you will get an email with an onboarding link to get your account verified and activated.
What is Passport and priority?
Priority is a leading payments and banking solutions and services provider that helps businesses and financial institutions take and make payments, manage business and consumer operating accounts, and monetize payment networks.
How do I use my passport account?
Please see our Passport User Guide (PDF) that explains all the functions.
Can I use this account only for Rabbit Savior?
No, you can use this account for your daily banking needs. You can deposit, send, or collect funds from outside accounts. The Passport is FDIC insured, just like your current banking service. Unlike Paypal or Venmo, which are not FDIC insured, using this account is a safer way to send, store, and collect money.
Is Passport similar to Venmo, Paypal or even Zelle?
Yes, with Passport, you can send, store, and collect money from external accounts. If you are sending money to another person who has a Passport account, you can enter their payment ID and send the money, just like you would with Zelle, Venmo, or Paypal.
Can I use my Visa card anywhere?
Anywhere Visa cards are accepted in the world.