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.
"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
All products are free. You keep 100% of what you save.
- Sue anyone in small claims court for up to $25,000 without the help of a lawyer.
- Fight unfair bank, credit card and overdraft fees.
- Overturn your parking tickets.
- Claim hidden government and class action settlement money.
- Earn refunds from Uber and Lyft when a driver takes a wrong turn.
- Fix errors on your credit report.
- Save money on over 20,000 prescription and over the counter drugs.
- Scan your McDonalds, Jack In The Box, KFC and Carl's Junior receipts for free fast food.
- Find a California DMV Appointment in days rather than months.
- Apply for a United States B2 Tourist Visa extension or Family Based Green Card.
- Dispute fraudulent or low quality transactions with your bank.
- Protect your privacy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Sue big tech companies for every data breach.
13. Make money on your airline and hotel bookings with price protection.
14. Track your packages and earn refunds (or free Amazon Prime) for late package deliveries.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, comments and concerns.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
A dumpster fire
I'm not sure I could trust an app that can't even protect itself from liability because, from what I can see, this app looks like a big cesspool of why people who are unauthorized to practice should not do so. Moving past a state's requirements that an individual has to be licensed... The idea of replacing high competence professionals with apps sounds great. However, with high competence comes high risk and with high risk comes the possibility of malpractice premiums. How could the developer of this app afford the multitude of law suits that are likely to come pouring in? It's not like he could disclaim his liability because, legally, that kind of liability can't be disclaimed.
I'm sympathetic to app developers who are struggling to come up with ideas but it's pretty obvious this was an app that wasn't cleared by even one legal mind 🤦♀️
Never been done before
This app is accomplishing something that has never been done before, putting access to justice in the hands (literally & figuratively) of the masses.
First off, the user interface is fantastic. Very approachable & easy to understand. Does not feel like a stodgy legal app.
Second, the app accomplishes such a variety of legal needs. These are often economically inefficient to hire a lawyer for, but there is still a path to justice.
I love the parking ticket bot, I have had to fight a few parking tickets in the past. I’ve had to appear in court, take a few hours out of the day, in the end just to save $30 or $50. This makes it simple.
Also really like the small claims feature. I put my address in and it already knew what our state small claims max was. I’ve begun the process and will report back on how it goes.
Thanks Josh for a job well done. Can’t wait to see where this goes!!
Nice concept but buggy and broken
Love the concept and with some updates and tweaks here and there I can see this gaining a strong user base BUT for now the app crashes upon opening or going to a different section, won’t pull up the terms of conditions page, and this is random. Works sometimes. Also just feels scammy lol. I do wish the topics were more organized... free food just got tossed in. I’m interested to see how this app moves forward.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.