A UK based glamour model Jordan, AKA Katie Price, is planning the release of her own credit card to be aimed at young women with the design of the card to be "pink and fluffy" to appeal to young women. Jordon already has a string of products to her name including jewelery for Argos, haircare range (pictured) and TWO autobiographies.
Consumer groups are in uproar about the irresponsible approach to credit cards with calls for it to be banned. Defending the decision the spokespeople for the model claimed it would be a Jordon credit card product - not simply something she would put her name too.
But surely a topless model who has managed to make themselves a millionaire thirty times over from taking their clothes off can't be a bad example of managing finances?
if it goes ahead Katie price would be the first UK star to front their own credit card - four years ago this was a trend kicked launched by Donald Trump and music Russell Simmons.
Adult Model Targets Young Women
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