We love getting the word out about saving people money on their bills, but we need your help.
Every year, Americans are overcharged on their bills by more than $50,000,000,000 dollars. Millions of people don’t know that they can negotiate a better rate on their monthly tv, internet, and phone bills.
Even those that do know their rates are negotiable dread the prospect because of long hold times, service interruptions, and “customer service” headaches. BillFixers helps save people time and money without the headache.
BillFixers was founded to help people fight back against the high prices, confusing bills, and never ending fees from their service providers. Our mission is to help people understand and save money on their bills.
Being the ones to save people money on their bills is what gets us up in the morning, but ultimately we just want to see people paying less. That’s why we love working with reporters, bloggers, and authors to help people learn how they can save money. If you’re interested in writing about negotiating bills, the confusing world of telecommunications and billing, or just personal finance in general, we want to chat.
Get in touch with us at [email protected].
We wouldn’t be anywhere without our awesome team.
Meet the whole gang!
Ben & Julian Kurland
Number of Employees
50% for 12 months
“They’d negotiate for folks who were frustrated, and keep half of any savings they were able to squeeze out of companies. Within days, they were so swamped that had to hire help, and an ingenious startup was born.”
“BillFixers claims a 94.9 percent success rate, and over many hours of watching, I saw its employees fail only once. In exchange for this service, customers hand over half of the next year’s savings, so that a $20-a-month reduction yields $120 for BillFixers.”
“BillFixers, a Nashville start-up, is making calls to the cable and Internet companies for the consumer — saving them time, money and the associated headaches.”
BillFixers was founded by two brothers, Ben Kurland and Julian Kurland, in 2014. Julian used to negotiate his Comcast bill for his roommates. When he moved out, they offered to split the savings with him if he’d keep doing it and BillFixers was born.
Julian Kurland, 27, is an attorney who graduated from the University of Notre Dame. In his spare time, he’s an avid gamer and runs an eSports team.
Ben Kurland, 25, worked as graphic designer prior to BillFixers with a focus on nonprofit work as well as major brands like Hilton and Caterpillar.