Most people today have multiple credit cards and it can be hard to organize them, let alone remember the numbers, expiration dates, PINs, security codes, passwords, and more. There are plenty of Apps that help you track your credit cards – they will even help you keep on top of your payment due dates and balances. But what about those annoying points and awards…yes there are even Apps for that purpose. There is finally a solution for the consumer to not only track points and rewards, but more importantly, help you maximize your rewards when you go to make a purchase.
Wallaby Financial and CreditCards.com, two leaders in their respective fields, have teamed up to launch their WalletUp Mobile App. The App is free and allows users to access a wide range of financial resources, but most importantly, makes a personalized recommendation as to which credit card to use to help maximize their rewards. Sometimes it might be more beneficial to take a cash reward or points. Jody Farmer, Vice President at CreditCards.com said:
“So many consumers’ wallets are filled with cards with complex rewards programs, it’s difficult to know which card to use to earn the most value for each purchase. WalletUp makes it simple…Developing WalletUp Mobile alongside the team at Wallaby has been a hugely rewarding experience for both teams, and now for our customers. Our goal of providing consumers with the easiest possible way to maximize their credit card rewards, was the ideal starting point in creating a killer app. By combining the best of the best in financial content, data, algorithms, and interface design we feel we have achieved our mission.”
Being able to access real-time recommendations on what credit card you should use at the time of your purchase, is only one of WalletUp Mobile’s many functions. You can also access credit card comparison tools and CreditCards.com to use their financial content. You can also access CardBase from Wallaby – a leading database with more than 2,000 credit card programs.
Please look up the WalletUp App and let us know on our Google+ Page what you think of it…as always, we would love to hear from you.