The doxo system and the company that produces it were not a scam. In fact, the company and the app were established in Seattle by idea people and venture capitalists, including Amazon's mastermind Jeff Bezos and his VC firm, Bezos Expeditions. They saw an opening in the market for a creative way to help make the chore of paying bills much easier for ordinary people. The doxo system lets anyone keep track of their bills, pay them and to reduce the resultant clutter by making the process almost entirely paperless.
Obviously, there have been no scam accusations about doxo and its services. The company has millions of users now, and tens of thousands of companies have signed on to their network, in virtually every area, including utilities, telecom companies, healthcare, banking and insurance, among many others. Users always have the options of paying their bulls via computer or laptop from home, or they can pay using their phone or tablet when they're on the road. These days, millions of consumers use doxo as a way to pay all their bills and also to keep copies of everything in a virtual file cabinet, including bills, invoices and other important documents.