I ran across a website about a month ago that claimed it could save me money on the majority of my household bills --Log In. Please note that this is available in the US only right now I think. It took me a couple of weeks of researching and debating a bit over whether it was legit...but the research I did gave me the confidence to give it a shot (has been around a while, lots of positive reviews, excellent BBB rating, etc). So, I signed up, emailed them copies of my bills and waited for a response. Within a couple of days, Veronica got back to me to ask a few questions and give me the steps to set her up as an Account Manager so that she could negotiate bills on my behalf. She also let me know that in my state (Colorado), my utilities are regulated and therefore not up for negotiation, but that she could help me with my cable/internet and cell phone bills. I got her set up, and a couple days later she messaged me back to let me know she could save me about $22/month on my cable and internet (while getting me more services than I currently had) and about $17/month on my cell phone bill for the same services I currently have. If they don't save you any money or you don't like the offer, you don't owe them anything. I like the offers and accepted them, so the way they get paid is we split the savings 50/50. This means that out of the $39/month they're saving me, I will pay them $19.50 a month (or I can pay them all at once and save an extra 10%)...it's all broken down on the website. So, for the next 6 months, I will be saving $117. I'm pretty happy with that. I also asked them about whether they can negotiate insurance (car, health, home, etc)...Veronica said they do have a team that does that, but they've had a big influx of requests so are a bit behind. She promised to let me know as soon as they are available to take a look at my bills for those things as well. I know that I could have called these businesses myself, and I have in the past, but it's a pain and I honestly hate doing it. I'm excited to have somebody else do it for and to still come out ahead. I wanted to be sure I actually used this service myself, for my own personal bills, before reviewing it or recommending it to anyone. I'm happy to answer questions or give more specifics if anybody else is interested in my experience beyond what I've written here.