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If you’ve always wanted some help with your money life, I want to introduce you to a new handy helper. Meet Snoop. The free app that works for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, picking up on areas you can save money!
What Is Snoop?
Let’s start by saying that Snoop is free. Its not going to cost you anything. It’s a free app which connects to your bank and finds ways to save you money. Available on both iOS and Android, Snoop collates all your bank accounts, savings accounts and credit cards, allowing you to see all your information in one easy place.
What Banks Can You Use Snoop With?
Snoop uses open banking to bring all your accounts together. The list of banks that Snoop works with is huge. From Barclays and HSBC to Bank of Scotland and Monzo, the list is very long, with more additions on the way. For the full list and to check if your bank is included, click here.
How Does Snoop Work?
By bringing all your money together Snoop can see a complete overview of what financial position you are in. By doing this Snoop sees where your money is being spent. Whether it’s a utility bill for your gas and electricity or your weekly shop at the supermarket. It keeps a beady eye on your bills and flags up if it thinks you’re paying too much. It even suggests how you could save money.
How Can Snoop Help You Save?
Snoop has teamed up with partners including Quidco to help find you ways to save money where you spend it. You’ll receive personalised ‘Snoops’ giving you information about how you can save money and even shop smarter. If you shop at Tesco but don’t use the Tesco Pay+ app, it might suggest you try it out. If you’re purchasing online without going through Quidco, it will tell you how much cashback you’re missing out on. Snoop shows you tricks to be smarter, savvier and save much more money! For a full run through of the services Snoop offers and what it has coming up for it’s users, check out it’s roadmap here.
If It’s Free To Use, How Does Snoop Make Money?
You might be wondering how Snoop can be free. Well, it is. Snoop makes it’s money in a couple of ways. If you move to a new service suggested by Snoop, they’ll often get a payment at no cost to you. You can be sure that they only suggest the best options for you though. They also help other companies spot consumers trends, without ever releasing your personal data. You can also tip Snoop should you wish, maybe a great thing to do if they save you a bundle of cash!
Is Snoop Safe?
Open banking uses the latest tech and the same high standards of security as banks. They don’t see or ask for log in details and Snoop is authorised and regulated by the FCA too. Snoop is safe.
What Are You Waiting For?
If you want someone making sure your finances are in the best condition, 24/7, you need to download the Snoop app and sign up. Snoop is looking and learning all the time, with your best interests in it’s tiny robot heart, to bring you the best savings and show you how to shop smarter.