Socialite Kardashian sisters who recently partnered with MasterCard to create an eponymous credit card are now seeking to end all relationships with the company. The prepaid credit card was targeted at youngsters and could be used by kids as young as 13. The USP of the card was that it allowed parents to keep track of their kids’ expenditures.
But the venture was blasted by critics for its high fees. It bore an initial fee of almost $100 per year and thereafter a fee of $7.95 per month was to be charged to keep the card going. All the shopping money had to be added additionally. Other customer services fee was also extraordinarily high for the card which bore the picture of the sisters on one side.
Now, the trio wants to withdraw their name from the venture. Their legal team has sent a notice on Monday to the concerned parties to stop using their names and images with immediate effect.