COLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bread Financial (NYSE: BFH), a tech-forward financial services company that provides simple, flexible payment, lending and saving solutions, announces its former Comenity Direct consumer deposit brand is now Bread Savings. The name change reflects the rebranding of Alliance Data to Bread Financial, which was announced on March 23.
Bread Savings offers high-yield savings accounts and certificates of deposit at top market rates and makes it easy to transfer funds from an existing bank to start earning interest immediately. By offering competitive rates on FDIC-insured deposits, Bread Savings can help customers save and grow their money so it’s available for unexpected life events or fun things like a vacation or home improvements.
“As part of our rebrand in March, we made a promise to deliver innovative payment, lending and saving solutions to customers for each stage of their life journey,” said Val Greer, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, Bread Financial. “The newly branded Bread Savings delivers on that promise and will continue to offer great service, top rates and security that customers can count on.”
Bread Savings customers enjoy several benefits:
- Highly competitive rates like 1.5% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) on a one-year certificate of deposit and 1% APY on a high-yield savings account
- A simple and fast online account opening process
- FDIC insured deposits, so your money is fully protected
- Interest that’s accrued and compounded daily
- No monthly maintenance fees and no hidden fees
- Elevated customer care
To learn more about Bread Savings and its products visit BreadSavings.com.
In addition to Bread Savings, Bread Financial offers a comprehensive suite of payment products, which includes private label and co-brand credit cards, installment lending, buy now, pay later (BNPL), and the Bread Cashback™ American Express® Credit Card.
About Bread Financial™
Bread FinancialTM (NYSE: BFH) is a tech-forward financial services company providing simple, personalized payment, lending and saving solutions. The company creates opportunities for its customers and partners through digitally-enabled choices that offer ease, empowerment, financial flexibility and exceptional customer experiences. Driven by a digital-first approach, data insights and white-label technology, Bread Financial delivers growth for its partners through a comprehensive product suite, including private label and co-brand credit cards, installment lending, and buy now, pay later (BNPL). Bread Financial also offers direct-to-consumer solutions that give customers more access, choice and freedom through its branded Bread CashbackTM American Express® Credit Card and Bread SavingsTM products.
Formerly Alliance Data, Bread Financial is an S&P MidCap 400 company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, and committed to sustainable business practices powered by its 6,000+ global associates. To learn more about Bread Financial, visit BreadFinancial.com or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
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