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Released: September 19, 2016
The chatbot that will force your landlord to fix a leaky tap
Source: Alanna Petroff, CNN Money
Stanford student Joshua Browder just launched a new "chatbot" service on his website DoNotPay.co.uk that's designed to help tenants force their negligent landlords to fix problems like leaky taps or moldy walls.
The new online service launched Friday in the U.K. and follows the highly publicized success of Browder's online parking ticket appeal service, which started in the U.K. but recently expanded to New York and Seattle.
Bonus: The whole service is free.
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