There are many who think the doxo bill-payment system should come with a warning, since those who use it often come to like paying bills every month. They seem to like the feeling of control they get with doxo, and so will you. Their payment service, doxoPAY, allows the user to set up an auto-bill-pay feature for any payment, and to issue a warning when the amount goes above the normal amount. This allows doxo users to keep track of your bill paying, and it also serves as something of an alarm when a bill is too high.

For example, if your usual electric bill is $150 or less, you can set the auto-pay limit to that level, you’ll get a warning when the bill rises above that level. The doxo payment system also features an inbox so that any user can see which bills are due and click on each one to examine the full details. Millions of doxo users can take full control of how they pay their bills, whether they do so via credit or debit card, direct transfer from a checking account or anything else viable. They can also use a computer at home or they can use a phone or a tablet on the road.

User not only get a warning when a bill is due, but they decide when and how to pay the bill. Recently, doxo worked to expand its entire operation, to make sure their customers know they are intent on preventing scams. The network of billers associated with doxo now includes tens of thousands of businesses, large and small, who are interested in increasing their interactions with customers. The system allows them to learn more about their markets and how they work and they also learn more about their customers.