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Description

Get a new virtual card for every purchase for free. Set spending limits, make one time-use cards, or cards that only work at certain merchants. Join over 100,000+ users that have saved $100 million by blocking unwanted charges due to compromised cards, hidden fees, and forgotten subscriptions.

Lifehacker says it's like creating a Gmail address like “myname+service@gmail.com”, but for your card number.

Forget about credit card fraud, data breaches, or having to update billing information at all the services you use when a card gets hacked. Foil fraudsters, keep you personal information safe and take back control of your online spending!

Privacy cards may be used everywhere major debit cards are accepted.

Benefits:
- Complete Control - Set max charge limits on each card and close any card with just a swipe.
- Private Payments - Spend anonymously. Use a fake name when you pay. It’s nobody's business what you buy.
- Foil Fraudsters - Cards are automatically locked to the first merchant they're used at. So you're safe even if the merchant gets breached.
- Stop Subscriptions - Set a max charge or make your card single use, so you'll never forget to cancel one of those pesky "30 day free trials."
- Completely free - We make money from merchants, just like a debit or credit card. We won’t ever sell your information or surprise you with any hidden fees.

What’s New

Version 2.16.0

Updated onboarding flow for new users

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.7K Ratings

4.7K Ratings

Signalfanboy ,

Super simple and safe

I was hesitant to use this at first because I was worried about giving out my financial info to another place but really this service does the opposite. Instead of plugging the same credit card info everywhere and potentially having it compromised by the weakest link. You can set a card for every service and delete them as needed.

This is also great because so many subscriptions aren’t good at actually listening to you when you try to cancel. I had a gym keep billing me after I wrote them to cancel my subscription. Wish I had known about this. Now I have a new card for every “free” trial, subscription, and membership. And it’s so easy!

gplatko ,

Stellar service, subpar app

Privacy is an absolutely fantastic service that I use religiously to manage my service subscriptions and send anonymous donations. I use its burner card feature to ensure I don't get charged for forgetting about my free trials. Everyone should use it, it's a no-brainer.

Compared to their web interface, I've noticed occasional interface hiccups when trying to change card details in the past - popups not respecting the keyboard, the interface not updating after I change the spend limit on a card, small stuff like that. Part of this is undoubtedly caused by my old SE being a bit of a design edge-case, but the service's design is excellent and these issues are all that's holding it back from being a perfect example of how to bring a service from web to iOS.

I'll continue using Privacy as long as I can either way, it's absolutely fantastic. Hopefully as time goes on, the app's stability will improve and the experience will get even better.

Thakur158 ,

Total Scam, Do Not Recommended. Data Breach

This app is absolutely scam, Horrible customer service. During the sign up they don’t tell you nothing other than they need the email and password but that’s the just beginning of this. Once you verify the email then they ask you to verify phone number and after you do that then they ask you to link your bank account or debit card NO CREDIT CARD, they will then make a charge on your debit card or bank account that you verify the amount but still this is not it. Then they will ask you to take your picture with Government issued id other wise they won’t activate your account and who know what they ask after they this because I gave up after at this point. I am not going to give any random app my pictures and copy of my government id. This is a clear scam because at every step they keep playing some short of game and then their customer service is top notch that they won’t ever reply to you if you ask them the question or if they turn out to be doing illegal activities.

App Privacy

The developer, Pay With Privacy, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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