SAN DIEGO, April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Zebit, a company committed to offering interest-free credit to hardworking Americans, has implemented new technology to expand its 0% APR financing to millions of American households.  Rather than performing a credit check, applicants can apply for Zebit’s interest-free credit and validate their employment and income by uploading a pay stub or verifying their bank account. The credit can be used to finance a purchase from the Zebit Market, containing millions of name-brand products at competitive prices. Zebit never charges interest or fees, and does not perform a credit check.

«Zebit has worked hard to expand our interest-free credit offering to more American households. By opening access to affordable credit, we hope to put financial control back into the hands of consumers who have been overcharged by predatory creditors in the past,» said Marc Schneider, president and co-founder at Zebit. «In combination with our ever-expanding marketplace of name brand goods, Zebit can help members respond to everyday purchases, while managing their budgets and eliminating financial stress.»

Zebit’s interest-free credit and free financial resources help hardworking Americans more affordably buy what they need now, while paying for it over time without interest or fees. The interest-free credit can be used to finance electronics, appliances, furniture, health supplies, and more from the Zebit Market, which carries name brands like Apple, JC Penney, Fitbit, Samsung, GE, and more.

To apply for up to $2,500 interest-free credit and shop in the Zebit Market, go to

About Zebit
Zebit is committed to providing free financial resources and no-cost credit to hard-working Americans. Zebit counters deceptive financing alternatives and saves members thousands of dollars in fees by offering free financial education, interest-free financing, and access to a closed marketplace containing access to millions of competitively priced products. Members pay over time without interest, fees, or credit checks.  With improved financial literacy and access to a credit safety net, working Americans can finally plan, manage, and respond to life events more responsibly.  Learn more at


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