New ‘victim’ feature: who pays next?

The ‘victim’ feature launched at midnight. You can now ask Bill Monk to pick the person from a group of friends who should cover the group’s next shared bill, based on who owes the most within the group.

On the website, go to the “Groups” page. Or from your cell phone, send us a message: “v group-name” and we’ll tell you who that person is.

This is the credit card age. It’s so much easier if only one person ever has to pay! No more breaking twenties at the restaurant. Bill Monk takes care of rotating between people such that it all evens out over time. I think it’s going to be especially useful for groups of co-workers who go out to lunch together all the time.

5 Responses to “New ‘victim’ feature: who pays next?”

  1. dana Says:

    that is an awesome feature.

  2. Jim Says:

    That’s really neat. Does adding a bill to a group increase the debt each of the members holds, or does the group has a whole maintain a balance any member can contribute to? My friends and I are thinking of using BillMonk, but we never have 100% attendance at our weekly dinner and it doesn’t seem fair to charge those of us who weren’t present on a given night.

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