Going through this process reminded me that I had, out of support for all things Beyoncé, subscribed to Tidal when Lemonade dropped. As I clicked "Subscribe," I knew I would forget to cancel my Tidal subscription after I got what I was looking for. But after locating the above email, I quickly deleted my Tidal account, a move I'm sure I will regret the next time literally any album drops on it.
That it took Truebill "longer than usual" to retrieve data from my bank isn't surprising because I use a credit union that, last I checked, wasn't compatible with other personal finance apps like Mint or Digit, either. So that could explain the error.
But still, that it missed a $12.99/month charge for an app I literally never use is pretty disconcerting.
Of course, it's not like I'm going to start opening my bank statements any time soon. But I also probably won't return to Truebill — that is, until the company starts charging a subscription fee itself, and I have to go and delete it.