Kardashians Cancel High-Fee Debit Card

Who in the world would take financial advice from a Kardashian anyway?

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The Kardashian sisters

The Kardashian card is done. After selling only 250 cards, the Kardashians have pulled the controversial card off the market. The card's launch less than a month ago was followed by a wave of publicity over what a bad deal the card was for consumers. The publicity caused the Kardashian sisters to end their relationship with the card, issued by MasterCard and University Bank of St. Paul, Minn.

Why anyone would want a Kardashian card in the first place boggles the mind. If you watch the way these ladies spend money -- especially Kim on their reality show -- you would know not to ever take financial advice from the famous, or infamous, beauties. Just to be clear, we're a little tired of celebrities pimping the hood and unsuspecting young people.  If you want to know how to get rich and famous for absolutely no reason, then follow the Kardashian blueprint. Otherwise, when it comes to finances, instead of trying to keep up with the Kardashians, keep it moving.

Read more at MSN.

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