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Students declare war on receipts with handy Visa app

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13:00 PM | 27 June 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Are you sick of having a wallet or purse that's stuffed full of receipts? Then you might find this interesting. The young creative team Alessandro & Andrew have come up with this great idea for an app from Visa.

Instead of picking up a receipt for every tiny purchase, killing the environment and making it impossible to track down the important stuff when you need it, My Tab automatically collects all purchase information on your phone.

We love this idea as it solves an everyday problem that we all experience as well as helping to protect the environment (think how much paper would be saved if everyone used this app).

Credits

Art Director: Alessandro Perri
Copywriter: Andrew McEvoy

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