GR tech tips: Bill Guard

Trying to stay on top of your finances? Then today’s tech tip is perfect for you. Bill Guard is an app that lets you keep track of your money, credit and identity- all in one place.

To begin,  Download Bill Guard for free on the app store.

Then sync your debit and credit cards onto the app. Bill Guard monitors your spending month-by-month and even has a location tracker, so you have a visual of where you use each card.

Worried about data breaches or scams? With Bill Guard you’ll be the first to know about them. It sends notifications when credit monitoring alerts come up.

Lastly, Bill Guard eases your worries about identity theft. If you ever get in a tough situation and need services for lost wallet restoration or card concierge, they’re available at the touch of a button.

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