I went to the site because the advertisement stated "Free Terms of Service Agreement." After spending 15 minutes or more drafting the Agreement, I was informed that you needed to give them a credit card to generate a non-read only version of the Agreement. Yes, there is a 7 day free trial, but this is not disclosed up front. Very shady for a site that represents itself as legal aid.
Google Ad stated the NDA was free.
Yet when you get to the end, the only way to get the NDA is to sign up for a trial where they want your credit card information; and they will bill you monthly until you opt out.
I believe this to be extremely misleading.
I went through the process of setting up my "FREE" document. Got to what seemed like the end. Entered my email address and a password. Next step asked me to choose a PRICING PLAN. There was a free option, so I picked that... only to find out they were asking for credit card information for a free 2 week trial. Of course, if you don't cancel, you're conveniently charged. There's also the "convenient" option of opting out of the free 2 week trial by paying a one time fee of $49.95 for your document!! WOW! WHAT A FANTASTICAL WAY OF WASTING MY TIME. Thanks so much, RocketLawyer.com, for wasting my time. You inspired me to waste a few more minutes to type up this review.
By the time anyone reads this, I’m speaking to the choir. The only people who see these reviews are people who have already been burned, and have come here to vent. If access to these reviews showed up with the initial advertisement, they would be more useful. Of course, if Rocketlawyer paid any attention to these reviews, they would be up-front with what they are offering for free, which is only a view of the form that is filled out. When Rocketlawyer realizes that people are more willing to spend money with honest businesses who deal with integrity, they might find more people willing to pay for their services. I did not give my charge card number, so I don’t have to deal with getting my money back.
Not only do they take all your personal information and credit card so you can have 30 days of FREE access before they sign you up and charge you monthly, but they charged me $40 three days into the trial time. Do Not Trust them. Now I have to spend my time trying to get a refund, which I am sure I will have to fight for, if I get at all. Go somewhere else!
Bastards they are, for sure. FREE doesn't mean FREE. It means: "We gather all your info, force you to create a user and password, then force you to give credit card info so they can charge you monthly." Bastards. I filled out that form, took 8-10 minutes of my life that I will never get back. Be upfront, bitches. Be UPFRONT. Tell us what you are going to do. I'll find another lawyer site to get my docs. Liars.
I dislike any company on the Internet that offers a FREE trial then requests my credit card?
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Non Disclosure Agreement
Independent Contractor Agmt.
LLC Operating Agreement
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OR, try any contract for FREE <-- from an email that one of your business partners sent to me.
I have had too many bad experiences trying to cancel credit cards with online marketers that have recurring billing built into their products or services.
Kind of a shame because it looked promising.
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