Monday, June 4, 2018

Website Spotlight:

The average U.S. household spends more than $7,000 each year on recurring bills such as electricity, gas, cable and cell phones, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Until now, negotiating those bills was a time-consuming dance that involved surfing the Internet for promotions or calling a company to figure out what, if anything, a customer service representative could do for you. is a free site that allows consumers to search for the best deals on recurring household bills—all in one place. It’s a marketplace to squeeze every last penny out of a paycheck. Monthly bills pinch Americans. Now, armed with information, they can finally squeeze back.

“Squeeze provides ways to save on 70% of the average American’s household budget,” says Elias Janetis, founder and CEO of “We’re the first platform to create a one-stop shopping experience for recurring bills with easy-to-access information allowing consumers to finally squeeze back, what took hours, now takes minutes.”

The idea came to Janetis, a seasoned entrepreneur, while sitting on an airplane on LaGuardia’s tarmac. “It came to me in a vision, I just saw it all—the idea, the name, the problem, and our solution. I knew it was time for me to start something else, and once I did the market research, I realized America needs this.”

Consumers can shop different providers in one place, viewing a variety of rates and selecting the one with the most cost savings. The curation of information saves hours for the consumer with searching and comparing prices.

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