GoDo Mission

GoDo was founded by a group of employers who wanted to provide their employees with real-time earned wages. We’ve created a product that provides access, transparency, and choice to employees.

Designed for employees in collaboration with Mastercard
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The GoDo Mission

GoDo focuses on monetary value accretion for employees. By creating an ecosystem of vendors who provide extensive discounts to GoDo card holders, and facilitating on-demand access to earned wages, GoDo has created a platform that allows employees to reduce financially related stress, improving employee satisfaction and on-the-job performance. 

At GoDo we continue to develop partnerships that reduce the need for payday loans and facilitate access to a range of best-priced financial goods and services, all with the view of leaving more money in the employees' wallet.

Whether banked or unbanked, GoDo provides the solution for employees to function with equality.

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