Have You Tried BillShrink Yet?

BillShrink is a website the searches for the best deals on credit cards, cell phone plans and gas prices based on your current usage. They are “constantly tracking millions of options in the market” to find the best options to save you money. They ask you to register with an email address and a user name, with the option of receiving personalized updates.

My search results gave me 96 credit card options, 10 gas stations and 7 cell phone plans. Two of the cell phone plans presented were the one I currently use, which was a little odd. Maybe there was some kind of a break for new customers. Several of the pump prices at the gas stations were ridiculously low, but some fine print told me the prices could be up to seven days old. As for the credit card options the best offer claimed it would save me $215 over three years. At a rounded up savings of $6 per month I might look into it further.

My results were mixed, but I think it is worth the minimal amount of time it takes and ease of use to see if they can save you some money.

1 comment:

  1. Buck, nice blog. I did want to mention, however, that BillShrink makes its money from commissions earned and paid out by cell phone companies for having switched consumers onto other wireless plans. How are we supposed to trust a company that works for the cell providers rather than for the customer? Additionally, BillShrink requires the login and password information for the customer's online wireless account which is a flagrant violation of many of the cell providers' terms of use, particularly Verizon.

    In contrast, the online cell bill reduction company that I work for, Validas, offers a far more comprehensive and effective way to save through our website at Our modifications to your plan are uniquely structured around your individual usage patterns; Validas works for you rather than the cell companies. Additionally, Validas tells you exactly how much money our changes to your plan would save you before you are committed to paying a cent. Compare your projected savings to the cost of the Validas service, and then only pay if Validas can save you more than our fees cost. Our cell bill audits start at five bucks, and the average consumer saves $450 annually with our bill modifications. Check out Validas on Good Morning America at



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