Bundle Lets You Spy On What Your Neighbors Buy

Why should banks have all the fun monitoring consumers’ purchases? Bundle is a nifty service that lets you drill down and see what people are buying in your hood.

Essentially, it’s an appealing graphical interface plopped on top of the info warehouses provided by the All-Seeing-Eye of Citi and other 3rd-party data harvesters. Just plug in the age, household type, income and geographical location you want to explore and let shopping peeping begin. For instance, dudes in my area are spend an average of $141 on electronics, mostly from Best Buy, Apple, and Tiger Direct. [Bundle]

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