In Disney’s 2014 movie Big Hero 6, Baymax is a giant white balloon who serves as the main character’s personal healthcare companion.
He assesses his patients for pain and does everything he can to make them better.
Well, what if you had a personal finance companion?
Now you can.
Your Very Own Personal Finance Companion
Your personal finance companion’s name is Trim.
And every month, he helps people save over $1,000,000.
He has a few ways of helping people save money.
Let me tell you a few things that Trim does.
1. Trim Discovers and Cancels Old Subscriptions.
Trim will go through all your subscriptions, let you know how much you are paying for each of them every month, and cancel them with a simple text message if you’d like.
And Trim not only keeps track of your subscriptions, but it also negotiates your monthly bills such as cable and Internet.
Trim users have saved over $8,000,000! 💸
2. Trim Fights Your Bank Fees For You.
Sometimes banks can be really mean.
Sometimes they charge you ridiculous fees.
Did you know that overdraft fees alone account for 8% of retail banks’ net income?
The good news is that Trim can help you fight these fees for you, directly with your bank.
3. Trim Keeps Your Spending on Track.
Sometimes you don’t know how much you spend on something until it’s too late.
Trim, however, can help you keep your spending on track by letting you know how you’re doing.
With a simple text message, Trim can let you know how much you’ve spent this month on a given expense.
4. Trim Lets You Know Your Balance in a Click.
Staying on top of how much money you have is important.
Similar to checking your spending, Trim lets you check your bank and credit card balances in a second.
5. Trim Negotiates Your Cable Bill For You.
If you’re a Comcast customer, you know how much a pain in the butt they can be.
Well, Trim can help you with that by negotiating your cable bill on your behalf.
Again, this service is 100% free, and Trim takes no cut of the savings.
Trim has reported a 70% success rate when it comes to lowering Comcast customers’ bills.