How Using Exeq Changed the Way I View my Finances
or Don’t Be Afraid to Look! 👀
For the longest time I feared opening up my Chase app. Every week I’d try my best to spend appropriately. By week’s end right before going out, I’d open my Chase app to check the damage. On some weeks, I would get that annoying text from Chase telling me that I overdrafted my account, and the overdraft bill would just be the icing on the cake. 🙂
Over the past two months, I’ve been testing Exeq’s Alpha, and it’s changed my relationship to the way I spend.
I suddenly found myself checking my spending feed daily, spotting patterns of places where I seem to overspend, and reading about the places where I chose to spend my money.
I could suddenly see the amount of time’s I’d been to a place, and the total amount I’d spent at certain places — my Lyft Exeq profile was real eye opening. 👀 I was also able to start reacting with friends to the places where we spend, tagging friends in places that I think they’d be into, and seeing my friend’s reactions to the local NYC hotspots.
It was almost like a mixture of my banking app, Instagram, and Foursquare — another feed where I could learn about the places I go everyday, and the spending habits I’d developed over the years. Most importantly it was actually a beautiful experience. It felt like the apps we know and love, not like the scary experience of opening my Chase app.
At this point, Exeq is pretty simple: A feed where you can see your spending, add reactions, and share the places you love with friends — but for some reason it’s been super fun, easy to use, and I keep going back to it.
I’m looking forward to the future of this company and I can say for sure that the alpha is 🔥🔥🔥.
2 Month Exeq Alpha User 🤑
Check us out at Exeq.com, join the over 35,000 people on our waitlist and be the first to hear about our NYC Beta launch at the end of this month! 💥💥💥