- mollymonstaMember@mollymonstaJoin Date: 2006Post Count: 13
Been a while. busy with new job and extending family
A couple of years ago i saw a interview on" a current affair " about people who look through your bank statements to check and see if the banks are ripping you off. I was amazed to see that in the cases shown they claimed to save the clients large amounts of money. does anyone now of such a service and if so where can i contact them.
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There is another post in general property that recommended http://www.homemoneymanager.com as you can electronically upload statements to it see https://www.propertyinvesting.com/forums/property-investing/general-property/24196give90Member@give90Join Date: 2007Post Count: 54js2Member@js2Join Date: 2003Post Count: 758Capital_BoyParticipant@capital_boyJoin Date: 2009Post Count: 1
I tried this mortgagewatchdog software and couldn't find any errors in the three years' statements. Frustrated, I tried to get back my money from the software vendor, who guaranteed, but to claim the money back it has to be minimum of four years.
I tried my other margin loan account, but the software didn't find any errors.
Felt like cheated and wated my money and time.
Don't buy this product.. this is total useless, in my opinion