I signed up for the free trial. First mistake. I missed the daily charge for the job listing unless you turn it off your listing. You will be charged until you turn off your listing, you're not charged for each candidate you review (at least during the free trial). I looked at the candidates on the first day and saw only 1 possible candidate that might be worth an interview. On the second day, There were no candidates that were interesting to our company. Two days later (on a Saturday), a sales representative called & started giving me tips about how to get better candidates after I told her I wasn't seeing the types of candidates I had hoped for. She sent me some emails. I did not open them or respond in any way because I was not interested. A month later I received a fraud alert phone call from my bank with a Zip Recruiter charge for $525.76. I phoned Zip Recruiter & asked them to refund my money since I did not use the service. The representative noted that she could see there has been no activity from me other than the first two days of the free trial. She said she could not authorize a refund & that would have to come from the sales representative who called me a month earlier. (Of course, that was a run-around. What sales rep authorizes a refund?) The sales representative called me after receiving an email stating I called & asked for a refund. The sales rep spent nearly 15 minutes on the phone with me telling me how I am the problem, of course, I had bad results because my job description was too broad then she said it was too specific. She was all over the place and getting snarkier and snarkier as the conversation continued. I ended the call politely & let her know that when I said "I'm not interested, I meant I'm not interested." She very arrogantly stated, "Well, I'm not in charge of refunds. I don't see any reason why you would be granted one anyway." Zip Recruiter probably makes a ton of money from the free trial people. Never, ever sign up for a free trial! If they were a decent company, they'd say, "Yes, it is clear you never used any services beyond the free trial. As a matter of fact, you didn't even use the services for the full free trial time. We have that documented. We'll grant you a refund." But, it's not a decent company. Avoid the free trial unless you want to end up with a $500+ bill! A job listing costs $16/day.