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Goldman Sachs spends $350 for every Apple Card signup

[2019-08-14 19:26:10]

Goldman Sachs is spending somewhere in the region of $350 to acquire every new customer of Apple Card, analysts claim, with the investment bank not expected to make a profit on the user until they have been a customer for four years on average.

Goldman Sachs spends $350 for every Apple Card signup


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