Venmo | Easy Cost-Share Idea
Venmo is a cool cost-sharing mobile application now available at EZ Able®
Often, one adult sibling shoulders the responsibility and cost of elderly parental care.
By making Venmo available to our clients we hope to bridge that payment gap.
Venmo is a simple way to share the cost of purchasing products and services to help make your parent’s life safer and affordable. Free with many payment methods.
When you send money using your Venmo balance, bank account, debit card or prepaid card, Venmo waives fees so it’s free. Our standard 3% fee applies to credit cards. Receiving money and making purchases in other apps is always free.
How does Venmo work?
Use Venmo with anyone
Pay family and friends with Venmo accounts using a phone number or email. If they don’t have a Venmo account, they’ll just need to create one. Find friends automatically by syncing your Facebook or phone contacts.
Make & Share Payments
Pay friends and family with a Venmo account using money you have in Venmo, or link your bank account or debit card quickly.
Connect with people
Remember the moments you share with friends. Split dinner, send a birthday gift, or just say hello.
Use your Venmo account as a way to pay in mobile apps. To learn more, click here.
Transfer money to your bank
Move money from Venmo to your bank account.
Now getting reimbursed for taking care of elderly parent is as easy as using Venmo
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