DailyPay, a financial solutions platformthat provides “instant access to wages,” kind of a cash advance platform, has received the backing of two NFL players.
Dontari Poe, a defensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons and two-time Pro Bowler, and Jalen Mills, a cornerback for the Philadelphia Eagles, have both invested in the firm. In a release by DailyPay, the company said the athletes are passionate about investing in technology that empowers underserved Americans and boosts financial well being.
The two players were attracted to DailyPay due to their backgrounds. Both were raised by single mothers.Read Complete Article