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A church can store donations onto a debit card which gives 10% Cashback to the cardholder, store, and the church/account with every use in commerce.

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Question: How do I establish a church, as a bank, which can store the donations onto a debit card, which gives 10% Cashback to the cardholder, store, and the church/account with every use in commerce?

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Establishing a church-operated bank that uses debit cards with a cash-back rewards system would require a significant amount of work and planning. You would need to find a financial institution to partner with, register the church and its activities with the appropriate government agencies, form a board of directors and create a business plan. You would likely need to acquire a state or federal banking charter to legally operate as a bank, which would include obtaining a variety of licenses, registering with the FDIC, and setting up a complex network of internal controls and oversight. Once you have all the necessary regulatory and administrative pieces in place, you would then need to build the infrastructure for the debit cards, including associated software and data storage, as well as the systems and processes for offering the cash-back rewards program. There are many potentially complicated steps involved in setting up a church-operated bank with a debit card system and cash-back rewards program. It is essential to consult with experienced professionals in banking, legal and accounting matters who can provide guidance and help you manage the process successfully.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Jan. 18, 2023, 1:42 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 18, 2023

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