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Truebill is your automated financial assistant and budget tracker 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.
● Tracks and monitors all paid subscriptions
● Automatic bill tracker monitors for new charges and sneaky price increases.
● Cancel 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.
● Budget Tracker to track 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. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before 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)
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.
Terms of Service: https://www.truebill.com/terms
Truebill now automatically detects payroll! You can now see your paycheck in your bills feed so you can easily see what bills are due before your next paycheck! We've also made several bug fixes and enhancements.
Ratings and Reviews
Great! (With one bug.)
This app is clear and easy to use. I might say it’s perfect, so long as you don’t have the expectation that the developers know your personal life in and out. All functions are fairly clear and simple. The icons are robust and make sense even for text-averse individuals and allow for quick understanding and navigation. Side note: I’m only reviewing for the free version, though I do think it’s dumb to exclude like 3 categories for your spending unless you pay extra. Like you can’t mark something as a legal fee? Why? Anyway, no biggie. I don’t have many of those expenses.
But I’m confused because I downloaded this app to get ahold of my recurring fees and subscriptions. Now, while these things are easy to find under the Spending tab, there’s a nice neat tab specifically labeled “Recurring” and so far, all this tab does is reliably freeze my app. Obviously a bug, I’m not sure if this is specific to my experience or this will just be fixed with an upgrade. If this feature worked I would seriously consider the premium version of the app. Hope it gets fixed soon!
First of all the app kept loosing its connection with my bank account. I tried to get the app and my account rekindled several times. After loosing the link between the two a 5th time. I just removed the rest of my accounts that were linked...or so I thought. This month I received a notification from truebill that they negotiated with Verizon on my behalf and saved me $75. That was great! But, I thought they had no access to my account because I’d deleted it. Plus, how could they pay themselves $30 from my account if it was no longer linked!
Not only that, after speaking with Verizon they negotiated a new contract on a phone that has had suspended service since December 2017. This renogitiated a new contract on a phone I had lost and didn’t replace, but still had a balance that I was paying on because I owed for the purchase of the new phone. On top of that, this phone was paid off and totally deactivated/removed from my account in Nov 3018. Both TRUEBILL & VERIZON are at fault!
At this point TRUEBILL COST ME MONEY rather than saved by adding a contract to a line no longer viable to the tune of at the end of the one year contract on a deactivated phone of around $240. I’m responsible to pay on a contract for a deactivated phone, PLUS THE $30 they paid themselves. So, now I’m out of pocket $270! Will Truebill return my $30 for the fiasco I’ve had to clean up! Stay tuned!
Developer Response ,
Hello there. So sorry about all the trouble you ran into. In terms of the banking connection, we use a secure third party called Plaid for our banking connections and it looks like they had problems keeping your account linked. We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our bill negotiations. If you were or are still unhappy in any way, please contact email@example.com and we'd be happy to make it right!
Not sure what to think
I’m not quite sure what to think about the app yet - on one hand, I really like the interface of the app and the features it has. The potential to add my various accounts and have a “quick look” at my upcoming bills is nice, other apps do this too but the layout within this app is one of the better ones.
However... I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong or if there’s a glitch or what, but even after linking my Comcast account the app is displaying the incorrect amount for my next bill; I tried unlinking and relinking it but no change. Also, I can’t link my Verizon account! It comes up as letting me add it for the “bill negotiation” feature (which I have absolutely no interest in) but when I try to add it under the the regular account menu it doesn’t even come up in the search (the only Verizon item that comes up is “Verizon Benefit Connect”).
I want to like this app and give it a go with the premium features but these things that should be simple fixes seem overly complicated and on top of that it seems that the customer service is non existent (I used the in-app chat and got a response that they would be back after 30 minutes but several hours and follow up messages later, still nothing). So - not impressed at this point.
Developer Response ,
Hi Ryan, the amount of future bills is currently based off of your last bill. We are currently working on the ability to link bills themselves to give you accurate future bill data, but currently do not have that feature just yet.
- Truebill, Inc.
- 118.3 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 Truebill, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Premium $4.99
- Premium $2.99
- Premium $35.99
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