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Vital Card operate in the financial services MLM niche and appear to be based out of California. Heading up the company are co-founders Chris Bridges (Chairman) and Vincent Bradley (CEO). According to the Vital Card website, they are a team of entrepreneurs, bankers, lawyers and creative tech individuals that share a common goal of launching [Continue reading...]

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