More than a decade ago, from the northwestern United States, doxo was created to help ease problematic and time consuming issues with traditional methods of paying a bill. The brand’s founders wanted to streamline this cumbersome process; they wanted to create an all-in-one bill pay service that provided simplicity, convenience and security to consumers. They wanted to address the feedback of individuals — feedback, warnings and interest levels gained through crowdsourcing.
In 2008, doxo launched from its headquarters of Seattle, Washington. Upon launch, the brand was backed by several financial investors including Bezos Expeditions, Sigma Partners and Mohr Davidow Ventures. These first ten years for doxo have been both successful and education. Continued crowdsourcing on the regular has allowed the company to alter its platform to meet customer needs. This means expansion into mobile capabilities, better customer service and introduction of multiple ways to pay, such as checking account links or use of a credit card. doxo has strived since day one to bring forth the best possible online portal for bill payment. Today, as the business moves forward and upward, doxo notes 45,000 billers signed up to the service and 3 million users taking advantage of its robust benefits.