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Scott has spent 21 years in the financial services industry in various capacities. In 1998 he founded what became Nationwide Card Services, a leading broker in the credit card industry. His clients included American Express, Bank of America, Chase, Citibank, Discover Card, and HSBC. His company was acquired by Bankrate in 2007 and he later went on to be the V.P. of Operations for their credit card marketing division, which subsequently became CreditCards.com. In 2012 he joined HigherVisibility, a leading digital marketing agency, as a Managing Partner. Since his time at HigherVisibility, the have help financial services companies grow their businesses online. Scott has written for Entrepreneur and has been featured or quoted by publications such as Forbes, Huffington Post, Oracle, and more.

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