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Shark Tank's Mark Cuban Invests In Company That Gets Your Bills Lowered, FOR FREE...

by Ross Davis 16 days ago in tech news

Phone, Cable, TV, Internet and Others...

Shark Tank's Mark Cuban Invests In Company That Gets Your Bills Lowered, FOR FREE...

It's one of Mark Cuban's latest investments, BillShark, and they claim they can "Save You Up to $3,000 a year" by lowering your current monthly bills.

You may have seen when NBC Nightly News recently featured them in their 'Saving You Money' segment about 'people who negotiate your bills for you' where they saved a real family $2000/year.

So, How Does It Work?

The idea is fairly simple: professional negotiators will spend a day working for you, contacting your cable or satellite TV, cell phone, internet provider, satellite radio (if you have it in your car) and even your home security system monitoring company.

They're experienced with the top companies like Cox, ADT, Comcast, Time Warner, DirecTV, Verizon, and others.

What Are The Odds They Can Lower YOUR Bills?

Surprisingly, HIGH! For 90% of people they get at least one bill lowered! The first from the team to try it out saved $24 a month on their cell phone bill (and kept the same coverage!).

They say with a $150/month cable bundle, they'll save you an estimated $324/year. So far, the biggest savings they were able to bring someone was $9500/year!

Verified reviews overall have users rating the service 9.8 out of 10, with over 1,100 users voting, which is pretty impressive.

What Does It Cost?

You pay nothing upfront, and if they don't save you anything - you pay nothing! It really is literally 'risk free'.

If they do save you money, they take 40% of the amount they saved for you. But considering you're paying them out of money you didn't have before they got it for you, it really is still better than free - it pays you!

Then, if you come back in the future their fee is only 20% because return users get a 20% 'loyalty discount'.

It Only Takes About 2 Minutes To Begin...

Click here and check them out for yourself, you literally can't lose!

Company Financials and Behind The Scenes...

“We were fortunate to satisfy Mark and he loved our practical service also because the potential for our platform,” said Steve McKean, CEO of Billshark. “Monthly subscription bills creep-up over time, seemingly without reason, and Americans overpay for these services by about $50 billion per annum . Mark provides unmatched expertise in partnerships, development and marketing.”

Most customers know they're overpaying for several monthly services, but the method to barter or maybe cancel a subscription is arduous and unsightly . Billshark works on behalf of its customers and doesn’t charge any fees unless it saves its customers money off their monthly bills.

“Companies that save their customers both time and money always catch my attention,” said Cuban. “Billshark eliminates the strain of negotiating or cancelling a bill, so its customers can specialise in more productive and long-term goals.”

According to McKean, the company’s goal is to save lots of consumers and little businesses quite $2.7 billion by 2025. With Cuban’s assistance, Billshark are going to be more visible, through its Application Programming Interface (API), in places where consumers typically pay their bills.

Also, with its eyes on the longer term , Billshark launched its “One Bill, One Child” program, empowering secondary school students by giving them the knowledge they have to become independent, financially successful adults. quite 1,000 students completed the program during the 2017-18 academic year . With every bill submitted to Billshark, the corporate pays for one child to receive one hour of instruction within the fundamentals of private finance provided by Ramsey Solutions. Billshark’s goal is to teach a million children by 2025.

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Ross Davis
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