Brazilian Nubank Will Pay for iFood Purchases and Customer Inquiries

The Fintech has created a R$20 million fund and signed partnerships to assist clients during the coronavirus crisis.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Nubank digital bank has created a R$20 (US$4) million fund to assist its clients during the coronavirus crisis. The resources will come from the fintech's marketing budget and other efficiency earnings and will fund remote medical and psychological care through video, supermarket and drugstore orders, among other services.

To do so, it has signed partnerships with companies such as the Sírio-Libanês Hospital, the Zenclub psychological care App, the iFood and Rappi delivery companies, and the Zee.Dog pet shop products App.

The initiative operates as follows: customers connect with . . .

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