Privacy.com Alternatives

    Privacy.com is described as 'Make a unique debit card number for every single purchase online with just 1 click. Never worry again about credit card breaches, shady merchants, or sneaky subscription billing' and is an app in the Security & Privacy category. There are five alternatives to Privacy.com for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Android, iPhone, iPad and Android Tablet. The best alternative is Amazon Pay, which is free. Other great apps like Privacy.com are Blur (Freemium), MySudo (Freemium), Apple Pay (Free) and Final (Paid).

    This page was last updated May 11, 2021

    1. Amazon Payments, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon that provides a means to process transactions online. Launched in 2006, Amazon Payments uses the consumer base of Amazon.
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    2. Blur is a powerful password manager that helps users stay anonymous on the web by masking their personal info - emails, credit cards, phone numbers - and blocking ad trackers.
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      • Android
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      MySudo allows you to create and manage multiple Sudos, each with a phone number and email address, to use for signups, downloads, or anytime you need a private phone number and/or email address.
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    3. Apple Pay lets you make purchases securely in stores, in apps, and on the web using Safari . Pay with just a touch, in person or online, with debit and credit cards. Your purchases are safe and private, card details never shared by Apple.
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      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Android Tablet
      • iPad
      Final offers a truly flexible credit card service that gives you better control over subscriptions and card management features. The service offers different card numbers for different services, all managed through a single, card management interface.

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      They closed shop a year ago. See notice on site: https://getfinal.com/

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      They are not virtual cards
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