In the past few months, Netflix and Amazon have both announced their intention to launch their own credit card payments options.
The latest is a new card that promises to offer faster card processing and better rewards.
But for now, it’s a bit too good to be true.
The credit card provider is using the name House of Carden to differentiate itself from other credit card providers, and its cards offer a limited number of benefits.
House of cards cards offer no points or cash back on purchases.
They also aren’t eligible for Amazon Prime membership or Amazon Prime Day membership, and their rewards cards don’t earn points for every purchase.
The card can be used for unlimited travel, as long as you’re a Netflix subscriber, and it only requires a credit card and an Amazon account.
Netflix is also launching its own credit cards, but for now the company’s card is only available to members of its subscription service, the Netflix Preferred membership program.
The new credit card is the first from Netflix, and the company hasn’t said much about it.
The company will roll out its new credit cards in the coming weeks, but it’s unclear whether its cards will replace the existing credit cards from other card providers.