Emma analyses your finances in one place, giving you a clearer insight into your spending behaviour, as well as a host of tools to help you make smarter decisions with your money.
It's free to download the app and get started with Emma.
Then, Emma has two subscription plans to choose from:
Cost: £4.99 per month (or £29.99 a year)
Yes, to carry out payment services activities.
Yes, in order to view all your transactions in one place, you need to connect Emma to your bank account(s).
According to Emma, it uses the same encryption technology as all major banks to protect your personal information. It doesn’t store your banking credentials and can only access your data in read-only mode. This means that your account can’t be breached, and the money in it can’t be touched.
No, but any rewards gained through the app that appear in your Emma Wallet can be withdrawn via PayPal.
Yes. Earn a £15 referral reward when the person you refer subscribes to Emma Pro using your unique Emma referral link.
Download the Emma app here.
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