CentSai and Rikai Labs Partner to Improve Financial Literacy in China

New York City and Shanghai – September 28, 2017 – CentSai, an online financial wellness community, and RIKAI Labs, China’s leading chatbot platform, today announced a partnership aimed at improving financial literacy in China. Under the terms of the partnership, RIKAI Labs will use CentSai’s enga …

Online Financial Wellness Community CentSai Partners with SeedInvest to Offer Investment Opportunity

New York City – August 15, 2017 – CentSai, the online financial wellness community, announced today that it has partnered with SeedInvest, the foremost online investing platform, to open an investment opportunity in the company to any and all interested parties. CentSai is accepting live investments …

Nearly Two-Thirds of Millennials are Victims of Financial Abuse or Infidelity – Double Than Previously Believed

NEW YORK – June 26, 2017 – CentSai, the online financial wellness community, found that almost two-thirds (60%) of millennials surveyed reported that a romantic partner used money to manipulate or gain power and control in a relationship. Just as many (60%) said a romantic partner had either lied abo …

Millennial Homebuyers Far More Traditional Than Previously Believed

Online lenders and agents making little headway among Millennials, according to CentSai survey. NEW YORK – April 18, 2017 – When it comes to home buying, millennials are much more traditional than previously believed, according to a recent survey of 2,050 Americans aged 18 to 34 conducted by Cent …

PennyOwl And CentSai Partner To Spread The Financial Word

New York City – March 27th, 2017 – PennyOwl and CentSai today announced a new content distribution partnership that will ensure greater accessibility to financial education content for parents with young children. The partnership will see PennyOwl Allowance, voted Education App of the Year for Kid …

CentSai’s latest survey finds debt of $25k spells trouble for Millennial relationships

NEW YORK, February 21, 2017 – CentSai, a financial wellness community, found that $25,000 or more of debt is a relationship “deal-breaker” based on a survey of 2,000 millennials aged 25 to 34. However, some respondents don’t necessarily hold themselves to the same standard to which they hold t …