Tally is a good choice for users who want to pay off their credit card debts at a lower interest rate to avoid paying extra interest over the long run.
Users can save an average of $5,300 when using Tally app to consolidate their credit cards.
The downside? Tally charges additional membership fees to unlock extra perks.
Pros and Cons
|Consolidate Credit Card Debts at Low Interest Rate||May report payments to one of the 3 major credit bureaus|
|Offers direct payment to creditors||May charge additional membership fees for extra perks|
|Automatically pays high interest credit cards first|
|Option to change your payment date|
|No hard credit pulls|
|Lightweight 21mb mobile app|
What is Tally?
Tally is a mobile app that offers credit card debt holders a personal line of credit to consolidate debt across multiple credit cards.
The app uses an algorithm that focuses on the users’ highest interest cards first to help them get out of debt fast.
Line of credit amounts range from $2,000 to $25,000.
How Tally Works
To start consolidating your credit card debit with Tally, you’ll need to provide some personal and credit card information. Here’s how it works:
- Download the Tally App and set up an account. Tally will ask for your e-mail address and a secure password.
- Add basic information and get an approval decision. Enter a U.S. based address, birthday, annual income, mobile phone number, and authorize a soft credit check (which doesn’t impact your credit score). If approved, Tally will display your approved credit line amount and APR (annual percentage rate).
- Add Credit Cards. You can search for your credit card provider and link your credit cards. Tally uses Plaid to verify your credit information securely. You can also enter your credit cards manually and Tally will connect your accounts and analyze your balances.
- Accept The Offer. Accept the terms and conditions of the Tally offer you receive.
- Link Checking Account. Tally uses your bank account for repayments.
- Tally Pays Your Credits. With your final approval, Tally will pay the balances on any credit cards with a higher APR than your Tally credit line. In turn, you make monthly payments to Tally.
How Tally Pays Off Your Credit Cards
Tally works by
How to Qualify For a Tally Line of Credit
To meet Tally’s basic qualification requirements, applicants must:
- Be a U.S. resident
- Be 18 or older
- Have a 580 or higher FICO score
Tally Membership Levels
Tally offers 3 different membership levels to its users.
Tally Basic Membership
Tally’s customer support team is available via Phone and Email. You can e-mail them and expect a response within 1 business day.
You can call Tally customer support Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm PST.