In 2014, Check was purchased by Intuit Inc. and became Mint Bills. In 2017, the functionality of Mint Bills was integrated with Mint and the Mint Bills platform was shut down.

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  • Budgeting Tools
  • Credit Reporting
  • Online Bill Pay
  • Personal Investing
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This app is so simple and straight forward, I love it. I was afraid it would be too basic, but it turned out to be exactly what I was looking for. And it's free!

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I am always so busy and don't ever have time to check in on all my bills to see when they are due. Of course I used to always make late payments and get late fees, but not any more. Check helps me stay current on all my bills.

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My wife and I recently decided to go "paperless" on all of our accounts to do our part to save the earth. That meant no more reminders in our mailbox each month to pay our bills. Check makes staying on top of all our bills that are due simple and easy!

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If you have an iPhone or an Android powered mobile phone, Check provides a simple, easy-to-use mobile bill payment app. It is laser focused on two functions: allowing you to pay your bills and monitor your financial accounts. You can enter information about your banking, investments and credit cards along with your billing information so it is all in one place. And the app is free. Plus the triple layer of security is reassuring, given the recent wave of data breaches that have been in the news in the ... last several months. But Check is more limited than Mint or BillGuard, and there is a chance that some or all of your financial accounts may not be supported. The app is also ad supported, which you might expect from a free app. What you might not expect is that there are transaction fees when you use your credit card to pay a bill (paying with your bank account is free.) More Less

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Awesome app. The ability to pay on the spot and schedule payments (for free) is great.

You may have known this app by its previous name: Pageonce. The biggest improvement from the previous version is you can now pay your bills from within the app.

However, it doesn't provide the wealth of features of Mint.com does and isn't as good as BillGuard.com at helping you save money. I also don't like that you can't manually mark a bill as paid, or that unless you pay a bill using Check ... you keep getting messages to pay the bill.

Another issue is you can't schedule payments if you currently don't have the funds in the account you plan to use to make the payments. This could be a deal breaker for people who live from month to month and may not have the funds to pay a bill when they schedule the payment.

Otherwise, I love this app. Certainly one of the best personal finance apps out there.
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This app rocks.

One of the best designed user experiences I've seen on my iPhone.

I was an early adopter of Mint's personal financial management tool. One of my main value propositions was that I would use it to see what I owed various credit card companies etc so that I could quickly pay all those bills from my online banking account.

I always thought it was annoying that I had to go back to my online banking account to pay. Why can't I just use one interface!?

With Check, ... it's all in one place. The iOS7 app is very slick and makes bill payment a breeze.

I would definitely recommend you check this app out.
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