Why do I need to enter my debit card information to setup Invite and Earn?

Why do I need to enter my debit card information to setup Invite and Earn?

In order for NuOp to deposit money that you have earned from our Invite and Earn program, Stripe needs to verify your bank account. No charges will be made as a result of your debit card entry. 

Stripe is a software company that offers payment processing software to some of the top e-commerce websites in the world.  To learn more visit their website, HERE.

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