Trim could save you £120 a year on unwanted subscriptions: Service tracks your spending and …

Trim tracks statements for recurring payments made over the past 90 daysIt then sends users a text asking if they want to cancel their subscriptionFree service uses banking software used by 15,000 financial institutionsIt store users’ data on an encrypted database for ‘bank-level’ securityBy Gian Volpicelli For Mailonline Published: 12:19, 4 December 2015 | Updated: 12:27, 4 December 2015 Credit card statements can be haunted by ghosts of subscriptions past – services you signed up for and never cancelled. To help make managing these subscriptions easier, and save you money, a San Francisco-based firm has developed a system to monitor such payments and even cancel them on your behalf.Called Trim, the service tracks statements for recurring payments and sends a summary to a connected phone via text message.   After users sign…


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