Back in November, Bank Innovation reported the New York. -based personal finance app’s user base to be 1.5 million. Considering that number that’s over 500,000 users within three months. And in terms of revenues, the company told Bank Innovation in an email today that it has experienced 178% compounded revenue growth since 2015, but couldn’t reveal the actual amount.
Indeed, MoneyLion, whose target audience is middle-class Americans, has kept active to attract more users to its platform. Most recently, the company completed a $42 million Series B funding last month. Prior to that, it launched a new investment product called MoneyLion Plus, which helps its users building an average savings of $2,000 over two years. Read more about MoneyLion Plus here.
Aside from the user milestone, MoneyLion also revealed that its mobile app has been linked to more than 1.2 million bank accounts across the country; and over 500,000 users are currently enrolled in its free credit monitoring program.
In a statement emailed to Bank Innovation from the company’s media department, MoneyLion CEO and co-founder, Diwakar Choubey, said:
This important growth milestone is a tribute to our customer-centric approach and our focus on enabling the financial middle class to reach their goals, both today and in the future. We look forward to introducing more offerings in 2018 that help broaden access to better financial products and services.
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