The doxo System Makes Bill Paying a More Pleasant Experience

July 20, 2019
 
With doxo, bill payers get a feeling of complete control, sometimes for the first time ever. One primary purpose of doxo is to make its users' lives completely paperless. They want to create a single location where everyone can manage all their bills and pay them on time, with no complaints or hassles. Because of that focus, and because of their precipitous build-up of a network of tens of thousands of billers and creditors, doxo users can pay everything from a single online account and don’t have to worry about having to deal with multiple online accounts, or companies that won't take a credit card or poorly designed websites that turn paying a bill into a major undertaking.

The doxo system and the company that peddles it was founded in Seattle by idea people and venture capitalists, including Amazon's mastermind, Jeff Bezos and his firm, Bezos Expeditions, as a way to help make it easier for ordinary people to keep track of their bills, pay them and to reduce the resultant clutter. A decade after their founding, millions of consumers now use doxo as a way to pay all their bills and also to keep copies of everything, including bills, invoices and other important documents in a virtual file cabinet. All-in-all, doxo is an all-in-one bill paying service that not only makes paying the household bills easy as pie, but it also allows you to store all of your financial paperwork, so you can be ready for any situation, like tax time, or a business or tax audit or any other circumstance.