SelfScore makes credit cards for the international students Trump wants to keep out
SelfScore launched its first product last summer with relatively little fanfare: a credit card for international students.
On Tuesday, it launched a new card with a much higher spending limit in a very different political climate. Its credit cards serve international students from all over the world —including the seven countries (Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia) named in President Donald Trump’s first travel ban, which was halted in court.
SelfScore uses analytics to provide access to credit to international students in the United States who don’t have a Social Security number or other identifying factors usually required to gain