Here’s How To Pay Off Credit Card Debt Without Doing Anything

The Money Manual
April 25, 2018
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It’s 2019 and most people are still unaware that there are lots of great resources available to help pay off credit card debt. We recently discovered one worth trying: Digit. It’s an app which claims to have saved their users over $1 billion and promises to automatically pay off your debt. That all sounds pretty great, so we decided to check it out.

Digit will pay off your credit card debt

Digit pays off credit card balances by automatically moving money from a linked checking account to pay down the debt. It does this by analyzing your income and expenses to ensure you can afford to move the money and that you won’t miss it.

$1 billion saved (and counting)

Digit’s CEO, Ethan Bloch, told TechCrunch that the app has helped people save over $1 billion so far. That’s a ringing endorsement for people who feel daunted by their credit card balances or are stuck in a pattern of paying off the minimum amount due each month.

It’s honestly one of the best ways to get out of the vicious debt cycle once and for all.

Here’s how to get started

  1. First, sign-up for Digit here. (your first 30 days of Digit are free)
  2. When you’re asked about your financial goals, set the “credit card debt” goal.
  3. Watch your credit card balance magically shrink as Digit works silently in the background to pay off your debt.

Want to give it a shot? Then head over to Digit to sign-up for free and start paying off your debt today.

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