The DoNotPay app is the home of the world's first robot lawyer. Fight corporations, beat bureaucracy and sue anyone at the press of a button. This app is completely free and you keep 100% of what you save.
"DoNotPay is the hero the world needs." - TIME Magazine
"A chatbot called DoNotPay has saved motorists millions in parking fines." - The Wall Street Journal
"DoNotPay took the legal world by storm." - Bloomberg
"Sue Equifax for up to $25,000 without a lawyer" - The Verge
How does it work?
FIGHT CORPORATIONS: let us know your problem and we will contact the corporation for you. Never have to waste hours on the phone again!
BEAT BUREAUCRACY: appeal your parking and traffic tickets and have government paperwork (DMV, SSA, TSA etc) completed automatically.
FIND HIDDEN MONEY: even if you don't have a problem, DoNotPay can analyze your accounts to find hidden money. For example, bank fee refunds.
SUE ANYONE: owed more than $500? DoNotPay allows you to generate demand letters, court filings and even a script to read in court to get your money back.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, comments and concerns.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
So I’ve been using this app for the past couple of months and I have to say I’m pretty impressed. I’ve only used 2 of dnp’s features which is the bank fee refunds and parking ticket disputes, but the fact that it’s worked is what astounds me. I didn’t really expect much from it, just found out about it through a verge article, but pretty great considering I didn’t have to pay anything for it. I already told my parents and friends about this, but I see that some people aren’t having much luck. It worked for me so it may be a bit of a toss up, but if it works for you - consider yourself lucky :)
Saved me hundreds
DoNotPay has personally saved me hundreds of dollars so writing this review feels like the smallest way to give back. I’ve been an early user from parking tickets to credit card fees to most recently, their features around automatically filing support tickets for refunds on Uber rides that I shouldn’t be paying full price for (slow drivers, problems with other pickups). The team behind this app releases new features non-stop, and each time, I’m surprised there’s yet a new way to save... and they make it so easy, too. Excited to see what’s next!!
The Robin Hood of the Internet
Found this out when researching for my law class and my curiosity peaked when I saw that the creator of this app was dubbed “the robinhood of the internet.” Very interesting idea and many of the ideas seem great in theory, but not too sure how it would work out in practice. But apparently many people have been successful in using this app, so I have to say great job in turning an industry that’s not known for much innovation and completely changing that around. AI in law is something that I’m looking forward to in the coming years.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.