Tally is the world’s first non-fiat currency that you can save, send and spend like pounds without subjecting your wealth to the shortcomings of government-issued currency. Goodbye, rising prices. So long, zero interest rates. Bon voyage, risky banking practises.
No matter where you are, at home or abroad, you can access your Tally account via the app, check your account balance, control your savings, get customer support, make payments and even freeze your debit card if needed. In addition, get real-time notifications every time you make a transaction, so there won’t be any surprises at the end of the month. No need to make appointments, stand in line and lose working hours to manage your finances.
Opening an account with Tally is simple, with no lengthy paperwork. Just download the app, prove your identity, top up your account and you’re ready to go. Tally doesn’t require a copy of your credit history to approve your account, meaning you can open an account and get approved in minutes.
Another main reason to use Tally is the low (or no!) fees. Tally has no physical branches, therefore they can offer lower fees than traditional banks – especially when it comes to ATM withdrawals, money exchange/transfer and payments abroad. For example, Tally offers zero fees on all transactions, including purchases made overseas!
Tally = borderless banking. Low/no exchange rates and low/no ATM withdrawal fees worldwide make traveling a whole lot easier (and cheaper) than with traditional banks- especially in the eurozone. And for added safety, freeze or unfreeze your debit card while you travel, directly in the app.
One of the frustrating things about traditional banks is the amount of documents, contracts and letters that are sent to your mailbox. With Tally everything you need is in the app and all communications are sent to your app or your email. Gone are the days of rummaging through piles of paper around your house – and protecting the environment is the cherry on top.
Tally is currently available for residents of the following countries: Europe United Kingdom