Internally, the company is calling the service "the future of paper mail" and it could roll out before the Q4 this year.
How does the service work? Reports say users will need to provide lots of personal information about themselves, including full social security numbers, and their identities will be verified by a third-party. Once that is completed, you will be able to receive bills right to your inbox (Gmail or Inbox), and pay them, as well.
It appears you will be able to pay via credit/debit card and also link up a bank account.
Finally, Pony Express allows you to forward bills to others to split the balance, for example if you live with roommates and they help split that electricity or cable bill.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 25 Mar 2015 11:09