Money Dashboard allows you to view your bank transactions in one place, giving you a clearer picture of your spending habits. It also has a host of other financial tools to help you get the most of your money.
Yes, it's entirely free to download the app and get access to all of Money Dashboard’s features.
Money Dashboard may receive a commission if you choose to purchase a sponsored financial service or product that it advertises to you. It also makes money through providing fully anonymised market research to other companies.
Yes, to carry out payment services activities.
Yes, in order to view all your transactions in one place, you need to connect Money Dashboard to your bank account(s).
According to Money Dashboard, it employs the same industry-standard security measures as many leading banks. As an FCA regulated service provider, its features are routinely audited by security specialists.
Money Dashboard protects your personal information by connecting to banks through Open Banking APIs. This means that you don’t have to share your credentials with any third parties and that you have complete control over your data.
No, but you can transfer money across your accounts by using an ‘Add’ and ‘Withdraw’ feature.
Yes. Earn a £15 Amazon Gift Card for every 3 successful referrals. Simply share your referral link with a friend, have them connect an account and earn your reward.
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