We have made it super easy to cancel PocketGuard: Bill & Budget subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "PocketGuard, Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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Every transaction is placed into a specific category (in 9/10 cases it's accurate) so you have a great insight on how much you have spent on coffee shops and books, on clothing and sports etc. Having the full picture will help you to understand how do your spending habits look like now and how do you need to change them. To be honest, it was difficult to stay on budget even after a couple of months of using the app. I was really shocked when having seen my 'in my pocket' negative a week before the next month starts. I couldn't believe I'd overspent with my credit card so much... this app won't change your life, only you can do it. But this app is a great assistant which definitely makes this change go easier.
I was recommended to download this app three months ago but decided to leave a review only now. I didn't like the that categories are not totally customized at first, but then technical support gave me several hints on how to use their hashtags system. I wasn't sure it will work for me... But it did! I was able to create multiple spending reports with distinct categories without merging everything into one (#lifestyle report contained Sporting Goods + Gym + Food + Massage). Moreover, you can add multiple hashtags to one transaction and it will make the insights deeper and all-encompassing. they also have additional features related to savings or lowering the bills. I am completely satisfied and definitely will use it in the future.
I absolutely love this app! I used to use the prism app but they started to have system issues and when I tried to address them, I would be waiting over a month to get a response. So I tried this app called Pocket Guard. I read a bunch of reviews on a what everyone considered “The best finance apps”. This one stuck out to me the most. They really thought about the user interface and how the consumer would have to use the app. I thoroughly enjoy discovering all the features and information this app provides. I don’t need to use any other app once I set everything up. The customization of categories is such a great feature that I opted to pay the annual subscription rate. Great job Pocket Guard! 👍🏻⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Love the functionality of the app itself. I love that I can characterize my transactions and track how much I’m spending in each category while creating budgets for areas I want to cut down in. I also love that this provides you an “In Pocket” number so I can be sure to not overspend by the end of the month. For reference I have the Pro version and it’s worth it! Edited: I used to have some issues with bank connectivity that caused my budgeting to be off by +\- $100 which was frustrating. However the this app team fixed the issue and I’m enjoying this app again with confidence my budgeting is accurate 🙂
From what I can tell, this is the only app out there that is designed around the exact way I like to budget. It takes the month’s income and subtracts all your bills, subscriptions, recurring payments, things like that. So the money you have left over is what’s available to spend on food, gas, incidentals, fun stuff, etc, and the app keeps track of this number for you so you don’t have to worry about keeping track of it on your own. It’s exactly what I needed to help me stop unintentionally overspending! Very glad to have found this app. Thanks!
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