Were you ever asked the question, “If you were given one superpower, what would it be?” I’m sure we’ve all thought about which one we’d choose at least once or twice in our lives. But have you ever thought about which financial superpowers you would choose?
In all the superhero movies, the superhero acquires his/her superpower in one of two ways:
- They’re born with it
- They learn/acquire it
The definition of a superpower is a special power that sets you apart from the common man.
According to Mr. Tako Escapes, the definition of financial superpowers is “the abilities that set you apart economically from ordinary humans, allowing you to push your financial net-worth into the stratosphere!”
1. Stop the gas pump automatically
Something else I would guess you’ve tried to do in your life is to stop the gas pump at an exact dollar amount. When I was a young kid, I remember my dad being good at stopping the pump at a flat dollar amount. He hated it if it was one or two cents off. If he stopped filling the tank and the amount landing on $30.01 he would fill up his truck until it was $31.00 flat.
I find myself doing this at times too. But I don’t have to worry about this anymore if I don’t want to. With Qube Money, you can create multiple qubes for different spending purposes. I have a transportation qube, and if I have $25 left in there, and I spend from that qube to fill my car up with gas, the pump will stop at $25. The first time I did this, it felt like I had just acquired a new superpower!
2. Prevent all unauthorized transactions
One of the problems with debit cards is if it’s lost or stolen, whoever steals your debit card could access all of your funds before you even realize your card is gone.
With Qube Money, you’re the only one who can authorize spending on your card. To do so, all you have to do is open a qube with the click of a button. Once you get your debit card, try purchasing something without opening a qube, and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
3. Cancel free trials without even thinking about it
Have you ever signed up for a free trial and had every intention of canceling before you were charged but forgot? This happens to the best of us. When you sign up for a free trial, you’re exchanging your payment method for the ability to use a product or service. The business is hoping that you’ll be satisfied and choose to stay a customer or that you’ll forget about your free trial and will be billed at the end of the trial.
I decided to sign up for Hulu so that I could watch some college football. I set a reminder to cancel the 30-day free trial a day before I was to be charged. But guess what? I forgot and was charged $60.
With Qube Money, you can provide the company with your debit card, but they won’t be able to charge you unless you authorize it. They may try multiple times to bill you, but they won’t be able to charge your card until you authorize the payment.
All I had to do was log in to Hulu and cancel my account.
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Ready to jumpstart your financial superpowers?
Qube Money is the first budgeting app that puts your money’s control and power into your hands. You decide which limits get placed on your money, and Qube will hold you to them.
Often, the most significant thing holding us back from reaching our financial goals is ourselves. Whether we spend too much, pay unnecessary fees, or forget to cancel unwanted subscriptions, Qube Money not only puts you in control but protects you from you.
Download Qube Money today and start embracing the financial superpowers you wish you always had.