A new app that was released on Apple's app store Wednesday is making it easier than ever to sue someone.
The Do Not Pay application offers the world's first robot lawyer to help fight corporations.
In an interview with Motherboard, the app's creator Joshua Browder spoke about his idea for the app. He says after using an early version of Do Not Pay to get out of parking tickets, he realized that he could expand into other areas.
Big news! You can now sue anyone (in all 50 U.S states and 3,000 counties), fight corporations and beat bureaucracy with the DoNotPay App! All 15 of the new products are completely free. (1/15) https://t.co/JjH6I3ABjE
— Joshua Browder (@jbrowder1) October 10, 2018
The app's description mentions a variety of situations it will handle, including fighting unfair bank fees, refunds for late Amazon packages and price protection on airlines.
"I think that just shows that no matter how much money big corporations throw at fighting people,” Browder said, “justice will prevail as long as people have the right tools," he said.
Do Not Pay is currently available for free on the app store.