The Final credit card is an interesting concept: it keeps you alerted when unusual charges show up, provides stats of where money is being spent and, best of all, you can give a unique number to each merchant. Something fishy shows up? Cancel that number, not your credit card.
For online purchases, use the browser extension to create a new number in one click and auto-fill the payment fields. Or, generate new numbers and purchase on your phone.
Want to use Final in a digital wallet? It works there, too. This way, you’re never without a way to pay.
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