MELBOURNE, Australia – 28th April 2017: Australian tech start-up Gobbill debuts new digital service to manage bill payments.
Australian-based digital start-up Gobbill debuts a new digital service to automate and centralise all bill payments, giving users a streamlined solution offering greater security and increased control of their finances. The start-up is sponsored by Microsoft’s BizSpark program and is also a partner of Stay Smart Online, a Commonwealth initiative to keep Australians safe online.
With Australians losing over $229 million to billing scams each year, Gobbill protects users from fake email bill scams. The new service offers users the ability to directly send their email bills to Gobbill for safe and secure payments linked to nominated debit or credit card.
Gobbill founders Shendon Ewans and Quentin Marsh were inspired to build the digital service as a way of managing their own busy lives. “We decided to create Gobbill because we were finding it increasingly time-consuming to manage bill payments. There had to be a better way to manage bills and still be in control of our payments,” said Mr. Ewans.
For those who want to be in control of payments but are time-poor, the new digital service provides a convenient solution. Users simply forward their email bills to their @gobbill.com email address. The service automates every step through to payment. Gobbill helps users to receive their pay on-time discounts, avoid late fees, guard against bill scams and much more.
New users can sign up for a free account at gobbill.com.au
Gobbill is an Australian digital start-up company focused on household and small business bill payment automation. Gobbill users simply forward their email bills to their @gobbill.com account. Gobbill checks for fraudulent and suspicious email bills and ensures that payments are made on time, helping users avoid late fees, receive their payon-time discounts and protect their consumer credit rating score. Gobbill is a wholly owned and operated Australian company sponsored by Microsoft since 2015.
Ms. Grace Stephenson, Media and Communications
Gobbill Pty. Ltd. (ABN 87 607 293 612)
Level 1, 382 Little Collins Street, MELBOURNE VIC 3000
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