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john398
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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

I will have to give it a shot since mint and page once does not work with my GE cards

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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

Thanks for the info.  Think I will try Manilla too.

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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

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Well I just signed up to manilla tonight and I think its great.  I have every account that I have in there including banking, CC, student loans, utilities and insurance.  I can see at a glance which bills are due within X number of days in a nice calendar view or a list view.  It even houses your statments right within the application so you can quickly grab a statement without logging into your billers webstie.  It's really cool to do just that one thing if thats all that you want...and that is to just see all of your bills in one place.  There are no advertisements all over the place, no net worth calculations, no budgeting (don't need it because I use a different application).  So yea I would recommend it if this is what you're looking for.

 

Oh and all of the GE accounts setup just fine.  It seems that a lot of these sites have problems with GE but not manilla.

 

One other thing, they have both an iphone and android app that is pretty cool too.


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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

@ Rhaeny wrote:

Well I just signed up to manilla tonight and I think its great. I have every account that I have in there including banking, CC, student loans, utilities and insurance. I can see at a glance which bills are due within X number of days in a nice calendar view or a list view. It even houses your statments right within the application so you can quickly grab a statement without logging into your billers webstie. It's really cool to do just that one thing if thats all that you want...and that is to just see all of your bills in one place. There are no advertisements all over the place, no net worth calculations, no budgeting (don't need it because I use a different application). So yea I would recommend it if this is what you're looking for.

Oh and all of the GE accounts setup just fine. It seems that a lot of these sites have problems with GE but not manilla.

One other thing, they have both an iphone and android app that is pretty cool too.



Thanks for reminding me about insurance! Adding it now!
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john398
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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

Finally installed this app, does it give you alerts if you have a CLI ?

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MzKoli
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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

No alerts for credit limit increases. It just organizes all your bills and due dates. 

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john398
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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?


MzKoli wrote:

No alerts for credit limit increases. It just organizes all your bills and due dates. 


oh ok thanks, sort of like the spreadsheet I used LOL. I wish I could add my quicken loan

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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

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Larryhay
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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

So much for that idea.... Looking for a good bill pay for not only Credit Cards, but Utilities as well. Mint seems cloest , but nor for Utilities

Money Stream was suggested elsewhere as an alternative, but for over 2 weeks it has not loaded after login, just keeps flashings ....Loading...samples..and nothing happens. Other apps or for cell phones and not Desktop & vice-versa. REally like Personal Capital, however they do not cover Billing


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Re: Anyone use Manilla to manage it all?

Very old thread, but Manilla is closing all accounts in a few months. It wasn't as popular as the creators thought it would be and they didn't make enough money.


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