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The smoothie is classed as grocery and the sausage roll as eating out. You also get a little map to remind you exactly where you bought it in case you’d had eight pints before buying a smoothie, I mean sausage roll. The transfer arrived safely even though I was left in limbo for a couple of days. Spending is categorised so you can see how much you’re flitting away on needless snacks. When you spend abroad you see immediately the foreign spending converted into sterling with the exchange rate you're likely to get.

When you spend money you see what you’ve spent immediately in the app with a little map of where you were geographically. It’s good in theory for sticking within a tight budget.

But most providers add at least a couple of per cent as a fee on top. Given that the app has encouraged me to share Lord only knows what with the internet, it comes with a peculiar bold warning in the envelope: do not post your card number online. I activate the card and am reunited with my missing 100 pounds. I buy a smoothie in Waitrose to see what millennial feels like and offset it with a sausage roll from a stand across the road because I’m Northern.

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I also tried the recent, exciting challenger bank, Metro. It was great for a while — then it limited its worldwide fee-free cash withdrawals to Europe presumably once it remembered it was a bank and needed to make money.

But its website was terrible — a kind of free off-the-shelf DIY affair you wouldn’t bother paying for when the trial came to an end.

I’ve sat in pitches where inventors claim to be sitting on the greatest disruptive technology ever thought of but can’t explain what it is.

Fintech — or financial tech — start-ups, have a slightly better outlook.

And that slogan, ‘No stupid bank rules’ — subverted by its own stupid rule of only locating branches on prominent street corners with enough space in front of the counter for a nightclub dancefloor or five-a-side football pitch. The Monzo hype makes it sound like its the answer to everyone's banking prayers.

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