Most of us get robocalls daily, sometimes a few a day. A few weeks ago, we told you about an app called DoNotPay. They say it can sue robocallers and that they would give you some of that money if they win. Well, I finally looked into it and here's what I found out.

First, it's not just suing robocallers. They also say they can fight and refund fee's, find hidden money, contest parking tickets and cancel any free trials you signed up for. They provide many other services as well. They say the service is free.

I downloaded they app. After entering my number, I got a text with a code to verify my number. Right after that, they immediately wanted my bank account or card card info. They say it's so they can deposit any money they collect. That's as far as I made it.

Why would they need that if it's a free service? If it's so they have a place to deposit money they collect for you, couldn't they request that info after they've obtained it?

I read many reviews on the app, and many people said they charge you $3 a month, so maybe that's really why they want it.

Maybe someday I'll give it a shot but only giving credit card or PayPal/Cash App info. I'm never comfortable giving bank account information to something I don't know or trust.

(Above The Law)

(Gizmodo)