Yes! There is no cost for using our service and as we don't collect any of your personal information, you'll never have to worry about unwanted solicitation.
Yes, but only as secure as you are with the link... So be careful who you share it with.
Split It Quick uses an algorithm designed to minimize the total number of payments made across a group. This algorithm works by adding up each persons' expenses and payments to determine their individual balance. For example, if Sam has owes $50 for groceries, and paid for $20 in gas and $10 in groceries, Sam would have an individual balance of -$20.
Once everyone's individual balance has been determined, the algorithm matches group members with a positive balance to members with a negative balance. For example, if Sam's friend Mike had a balance of +$20, the algorithm might assign Sam to pay Mike $20.It's important to note that members may be assigned to pay people they don't directly owe. Using Mike and Sam as an example yet again, Mike might have had a +$20 balance because he paid for something for group members that didn't include Sam. Even though Sam doesn't directly owe Mike money, the algorithm could make this assignment because it leads to a smaller number of money transfers between group members, and therefore a simpler solution.
No. Because any group is accessible to anyone with a valid link, we decided to disallow deletion of groups to rule out the possibility of someone maliciously deleting group data.
No. But if there is enough demand for this feature we will implement it. If you have feedback regarding direct payments, let us know -- you can reach us through the contact section.
If you've lost the URL to your group, you can reach us via email in the contact section. If you include as much information about the group as you can remember (ex. group name, member names, expenses, etc), there is a good chance we can send you the unique link to your group.
No. We've built the site to support any device types (phone, tablet, etc) in mind, but if there is enough demand we'd consider it. If you think an iOS/Android/other app is a great idea, let us know -- you can reach us through the contact section.