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July 3, 2022
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Snoop launch a month early “to help households during coronavirus”

Snoop, the UK-based fintech app which helps consumers save money on bills and subscriptions, has brought forward its consumer launch by one month to help households during coronavirus. “The coronavirus pandemic has been a gamechanger for everyone,” says Gadhia Headed by Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia, former CEO of Virgin Money and Salesforce, the start-up has finished its 5,000-person beta and has unveiled its app to everyone on Google Play and in the App Store. The Snoop app uses artificial intelligence (AI) to scour the internet on behalf of users to find the best deals, all the while using OpenWrk’s open banking…
Snoop launch a month early “to help households during coronavirus”

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