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Check Founder Launches Next Insurance to Insure Small Businesses

Check Founder Launches Next Insurance to Insure Small Businesses

by March 15, 2016 at 10:50 am 0 comments

It’s no secret insurance is difficult for consumers to understand, and small business insurance is even more complicated than personal insurance. The founders of Check (formerly Pageonce) announced today they are taking on this problem with a startup called Next Insurance. Pageonce launched in 2007 to help consumers keep track ofRead More

Mint Finally Adds Bill Pay — in a Separate App

Mint Finally Adds Bill Pay — in a Separate App

by December 17, 2014 at 4:09 pm 0 comments

Mint announced yesterday that its app had been updated and that it had added bill pay. In a separate app. You may recognize the new app, called Mint Bills, because it is better known as Check, formerly PageOnce. Intuit, which bought Mint for $170 million in 2009, bought Check forRead More

Check Purchase Will Help Intuit Customers Look Forward, Not Back

Check Purchase Will Help Intuit Customers Look Forward, Not Back

by June 2, 2014 at 1:03 pm 1 comment

Last week, Intuit announced it would acquire bill payment provider Check, formerly known as Pageonce, for $360 million. In the wake of the announcement, some industry watchers questioned why a company with Intuit‘s prodigious resources would need to pay a premium for capabilities it seems capable of developing in-house. ButRead More

Intuit to Buy Check to Power Bill Payment in Mint

Intuit to Buy Check to Power Bill Payment in Mint

by May 27, 2014 at 10:56 am 0 comments

Don’t worry, Intuit‘s picking up the check. As expected, Mountain, View, Calif.-based Intuit is going ahead with its plan to purchase the mobile bill pay app Check, formerly known as Pageonce. The expected purchase price is $360 million. Check’s bill payment functionality will enhance Intuit’s Mint and Quicken offerings. Mint,Read More

Mint Appears to Be Shifting Back to Development Mode

Mint Appears to Be Shifting Back to Development Mode

by April 30, 2014 at 5:26 pm 0 comments

The Mint.com personal financial management service has largely been in cruise control since the Intuit purchase since 2009 for $170 million. Sure, there have been enhancements to Mint, the leading digital PFM, but they have been, what we would consider, around the edges: a budgeting enhancement here, a tweak ofRead More

Check Raises $24 Million in Series C Round to Grow Customer Base, Foster Innovation

Check Raises $24 Million in Series C Round to Grow Customer Base, Foster Innovation

by September 4, 2013 at 12:49 pm 0 comments

Check (formerly Pageonce) announced today that it has secured $24 million in a Series C financing round led by new investor Menlo Ventures. Doug Carlisle of Menlo Ventures will join Check’s board. Existing funders Morganthaler Ventures and Pitango Venture Capital also joined in the round. The funding haul brings Check’sRead More

Check (formerly Pageonce) Launches Expedited Payments for $14.99 per Bill

Check (formerly Pageonce) Launches Expedited Payments for $14.99 per Bill

by June 20, 2013 at 10:30 am 1 comment

Check, the account aggregator turned payments platform formerly known as Pageonce, has launched expedited bill pay for its 8 million customers. The service comes with a hefty price tag — $14.99 per payment — so why would customers want to pay money to pay money? “Consumers are motivated by negativeRead More

Pageonce is Now … Check

Pageonce is Now … Check

by May 6, 2013 at 10:13 am 0 comments

Pageonce made a name for itself as an account aggregator back when the iPhone was brand new. Users could see all of their accounts in one place — hence the name. All that is about to change, even the name. The company is announcing today that its name will nowRead More

Pageonce Expands Bill Pay Capability

Pageonce Expands Bill Pay Capability

by March 11, 2013 at 10:48 am 0 comments

Personal finance and payments company Pageonce has expanded its bill pay capabilities with its March 10 iOS update. The Android update was released March 7. The service now allows card-to-card payments, meaning customers can pay credit card bills using a debit card. Whenever Pageonce touches credit cards, however, there areRead More

Pageonce Takes Payments ‘Hyperlocal’

Pageonce Takes Payments ‘Hyperlocal’

by February 14, 2013 at 11:49 am 3 comments

When was the last time you wrote a check? What, just yesterday? Personal finance and payments company Pageonce wants to make sure you never have to write one again. “The last refuge of the check is the ‘hyperlocal’ — your rent, your gardener, pre-school, your kid’s soccer league,” said PageonceRead More