Truebill Budget & Bill Tracker

Download Truebill Budget & Bill Tracker for PC

By Truebill, Inc.

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2016-07-05
  • Current Version: 3.10.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 77.96 MB
  • Developer: Truebill, Inc.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 8,269 Ratings

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Truebill Budget & Bill Tracker for PC Description

● NBC: This Startup Is Helping People Find Forgotten Money ● CNN: How To Shave Hundreds Off Your Credit Card Bill ● Fortune: There’s Now A Startup To Help You Cancel All Those Subscriptions ● TechCrunch: Truebill Wants To Help You Manage Your Online Subscriptions ● Consumer Affairs: Here’s An App To Turn Off All Those Auto Renewal Charges ● Chicago Tribune: 15-Minute Fixes For Your Family’s Finances Truebill is your automated financial assistant, designed to put you back in control of your money. Truebill lets you easily track bills, cancel unwanted subscriptions, and proactively requests refunds on your behalf, putting real money back in your pocket! With Truebill, you can save money, find the best credit card, lower your bills, and stay in control of your finances. It’s like your own personal finance watchdog. FEATURES: ● Tracks and monitors all paid subscriptions ● Automatic bill tracker monitors for new charges and sneaky price increases. ● Cancels unwanted subscriptions with just 1 click and no headaches. ● Detects account fees, and penalties and allows you to request refunds directly from the app. ● Identifies where you might be overpaying and offers easy ways to reduce bills. ● Monitors and alerts you about interest charges ● Notifies you of recurring transactions and changes. ● Tracks your month to month recurring spending to help you save and budget. BANK LEVEL SECURITY ● Truebill is secured using SSL 256-bit encryption—the same security protocol that banks use - to ensure that your sensitive personal information is fully encrypted and securely stored. ● The Truebill app uses TouchID fingerprint authentication for added privacy and security. ● Truebill does not store your online banking credentials. Truebill does not sell your information to anyone. -------------------------------------------- If you choose to purchase Truebill Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be automatically charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current Truebill Premium subscription lengths and prices: Monthly Recurring ($4.99 / month) 6 Month Recurring - $23.99 ($3.99 / month) Annual Recurring - $35.99 ($2.99/month) Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S. and are subject to change without notice. Truebill Premium is optional and not required to use Truebill. Privacy Policy: https://www.truebill.com/privacy Terms of Service: https://www.truebill.com/terms

Reviews

  • Love it, but could love it more

    5
    By Hannime
    I’ve been using TrueBill for a few months and let me tell you, it has changed my financial life. Just knowing when what bills I have coming up and when helps me formulate my budget for the month. The new Reports tab on the Spending tool is just amazing. Couldn’t be happier with it. It flows nicely, easy to change a transaction type across the board, and gives great insight into your trouble areas. I do have some suggestions and things I’d like to see in the future. 1. Paydays shown on Recurring Tab. This seems pretty basic to me. Having the recurring paydays shown on the Recurring Tab would make it so much easier to eyeball my plan for the week or month. I think this would be super helpful for people who live paycheck to paycheck. Might not work well for those who freelance, unless it would learn your pay schedule over time and adapt. 2. Baseline Budget tool based on Reports. Basically what I’d like to see is this: the option to set a flexible, baseline budget for each category that’s seen in the Reports Tab. Then, have a report that says “Looks like you’re $25 over your $100 budget for Auto.” Doesn’t have to be too specific. The whole reason I use TrueBill is for its simplicity. If I wanted a super robust budget, I’d use Mint. 3. Referral links & rewards for referring friends successful. Like I said earlier, I use TrueBill pretty actively. I’d like to ability to refer a friend using a link or social media. It would also be nice to have rewards of some sort for those who successfully onboard 3 or more people. Maybe if we invite three friends, we all get a discount on Premium...? Or maybe you decide to strengthen your partnership with Acorns and invest a certain amount of money in those who invite 4 or more people. So many possibilities. Regardless of the rewards, I want the ability to share this app with my fiends after I tell them about it. I have a few other minor suggestions that I can’t think of right now, but those are my big three!
  • Sleazy Business Practices

    1
    By spaceace90278
    All I want to do is cancel my Abcmouse subscription. Abcmouse forces you to use this website to cancel your subscription, then when you get there and enter all your info it charges you $9 to cancel your subscription unless you download the Trubill app. So now I’m downloading an app that I will never need or use again.
  • Better than Mint and Clarity

    5
    By JaimeSmedes
    I love this app! I’ve used mint and clarity for some time before finding this app. Sorry I’ve wasted my time with those others. Truebill places all the important information front and center. Intuitive and informative!
  • Mike

    5
    By laxn247
    Very intuitive and easy to use. I immediately found savings tied to automatic charges on my credit card that I had forgotten or did not even know about.
  • Waste

    1
    By _MyMyyyy
    Took my money without updating me with how they saved me money.
  • Not worth the hassle

    1
    By CandiceYates1986
    I downloaded this app this morning and had it all of 30 minutes before I deleted it. First of all you have to link your bank (okay no biggie lots of apps do this) but my bank isn’t even on there. So I proceeded to link my bills individually. I got my Charter bill linked and a thing popped up saying “hey we are gonna place a $20 hold on your card for allowing us to see if we can lower your bill. If we lower your bill we will take a % out of your account of what we saved you for a year.” Sooo what’s the point of having the app to lower my bills if the savings are not going to stay in my account? Lies all lies. And then I went to link my Verizon account to see if it was just with Charter and it had to send a code to link my account. I entered that code a dozen times and the app acted like I never entered anything. It’s garbage, full of lies, and not worth the hassle of all that if the extra you are saving is being paid right back out again. Don’t do it. Just don’t waste your time.
  • I can’t connect my account

    2
    By chantelle A
    I can’t connect my account because everything else was right the bank and my password and my phone number BUUUUT it doesn’t send me security code text it does this also when I’m using the bank app on the same exact phone the account is connected to ! There’s no other option to verify ?
  • Charged me more than the savings

    1
    By matthewmyers.mm
    They charged me $16 to save me $15. Once I contacted them about it they stopped emailing me. Terrible customer service.
  • Easy to use, save me over $230 so far!

    5
    By Matt_Hematics
    This looks like a social media post because it’s what I pose son my Facebook. I didn’t feel like rewriting it. :) Just a disclaimer I don’t get any money for writing this and I’m not giving out some referral code out for you to sign up where I get credit back. Just thought I’d share a pretty cool app called Truebill. It was trending on the App Store (free app) so I was curious. I downloaded it and what the app does is negotiate with your utility companies (electric, cable, cell phone) to get your better rates. They do more but that’s not what this post is about.. Anyway, they negotiated a $20 one-time credit on my Verizon bill and lowered my comcast bill $214.32 over the next 12 months. The best part is all I had to do was download and sign up. They do take 40% of what they save you, but if they don’t save you money you don’t owe them a dime. Thanks #truebill
  • Eye opening organization of reoccurring bills

    5
    By Ewgigem
    Helps you organize and cancel any reoccurring bills.

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