Remynt is a fintech startup empowering consumers to rebuild credit while resolving delinquent debt. We seek a part-time Digital Content Marketer to help develop content for our upcoming product launch. The candidate should be an excellent writer and editor and be detail and deadline-oriented. This position is remote. Key duties include:
- Writing and editing content
- Research for content development
- Create content strategy
- Search engine optimization
- Editorial calendar management
Ideal skills/expertise: Financial literacy content knowledge, general understanding of reaching the GenZ audience and diverse communities, familiarity with marketing management tools such as Segment, Twilio, SendGrid (or other email campaign software), Zendesk, etc.
Remynt is fundraising, so this position will likely transition to full-time next year. For more information or to express interest, please email [email protected]
Recently the winner of Money20/20's America's Got Access pitch competition, Remynt is a digital-first debt buyer and credit card issuer, buying portfolios of charged-off consumer credit card debt and offering those consumers the opportunity to rebuild and earn new credit, a savings account, and rewards by repaying their debt. Remynt's novel approach enables consumers to maintain and grow credit access as their debt secures a new credit card and a savings account. Credit card issuance facilitates reporting debt payments on an active credit card account to credit bureaus to help rebuild credit scores more quickly. Cash-back rewards are provided in the savings account for reaching repayment benchmarks. Leveraging AI, gaming, community features, automated workflows, a customer-centric model, and a captive audience, Remynt will empower subprime consumers to grow their financial literacy and rehabilitate their credit. The company targets the $20B+ annual (and growing) U.S. charged-off credit card market with a capital-efficient, highly scalable business model that generates two-sided consumer revenue. First, as consumers repay their debt secured for pennies on the dollar, and 2) when they become long-term credit card holders, providing income from swipe fees and interest accrued from charges.