Rewards, that’s the name for all payments Cake makes to the users of the Cake app. Here are 5 things about Cake Rewards you probably don’t know yet!
Kevin and his family have been using the Cake banking app for a while now. He swapped his Excel budget file for Cake. And he doesn’t regret it. Discover his whole story.
Whether you are a loyal Cake user or haven’t installed the app yet, here are 5 things about Cake you probably don’t know yet!
Thirty year old Kim and Fabian are Cake users from the very beginning. Looking for a solid free app to keep track of their spending, they discovered Cake. But the app also brought them an extra penny thanks to the Cake Rewards. Discover their whole story.
A new banking app? Is that really necessary? That’s entirely up to you, but it can make your life a lot easier. And you can even earn some extra cash with it. These are 10 reasons to make Cake your new budget buddy!
Cake is the independent banking app that brings together all of your accounts and transactions from multiple banks. Here’s an overview of the banks that can be linked to Cake.
The customers of BNP Paribas Fortis, Hello bank! and Fintro have been waiting for a long time but as of now, they too can enjoy all the advantages of Cake!
The average Cake user already earned €9.26 this year thanks to the Cake Rewards. That’s a nice extra. Cause, hey, every little bit helps. But why don’t you have to pay taxes on that? We’d like to explain.
It is important to keep your bank accounts connected in order to keep receiving the right insights and to keep your bank account profitable by earning Rewards.
💡And make sure your account is connected because next week already we will start sharing our revenue with our active users!
Many people start to feel the effects of the measures taken by governments all around the world in their fight to the rising spread of Covid-19. Bars, restaurants, shops and companies are temporarily closing down their businesses and putting their employees on temporary unemployment. Many people and families are left wondering if they have the financial means to outlast the economic impact of this health crisis. To help out with that question we’ve set out a few simple steps you can take to find out.