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"No one wants to feel excluded, especially when it comes to money. Over eight million people in the UK either do not have a bank account or are poorly served by high-street banks. This often means missing out on advantages such as Direct Debit payments and cheaper prices online. It involves dealing with cash in an increasingly cashless world. It makes managing finances much harder than it needs to be. Pockit’s mission is to change that. We believe that accounts should be available to all, regardless of income or credit status. We think fees should be simple, fair and without any nasty surprises or jargon. We know that technology can make all this simpler and faster than ever before. Pockit provide - An Online Account Allowing customers to have their wages and benefits paid in directly or fund with cash at 28,000 locations across the UK, as well as by Debit Card and bank transfer - A Mobile App Available on iPhone and Android. Customers can manage their money easily, on-the-go and at any time. - A MasterCard That’s ready to use immediately in-store, online and even abroad. The card is accepted at over 35 million locations worldwide displaying the MasterCard Acceptance Mark."

Pockit app

5 months ago599

Mobile app built with Xamarin and c# by @PockitUK, @diegoxleon and @jaykannan.

startup, United Kingdom

Project website: https://www.pockit.com/

Creator website: https://www.pockit.com/

Project twitter: PockitUK

Client/employer: Pockit


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