I paid the $25 standard fee for 30 days to have access to tenants on the site looking for room rentals in Dallas of which there were over 30, all of which I contacted to get no response from a single one when they were looking for the same rent I was requesting, so the owner who doesn't pick up phone calls only gives us an automated machine to leave messages doesn't call back on purpose but he emailed me back saying I needed to listed as a "Trusted" landlord for free so I asked him to list me as that 3 times, when he didn't do it I emailed saying I've already lost 2 weeks time on your site of my 30 day listing not being shown as a "trusted landlord" because he's not doing his end and that I was going to write a bad reviews on my experience, he then finally labeled me as trusted and sent me a couple of fake tenant replies to my account but blocking the tenants contact number, saying I needed to pay more for premium access to the number? After I paid $25 for listing and I don't get access to the respondents number unless I pay more? It did not explain this in the first place for the standard listing so they're just trying to scam people into paying for fake listings they make up, and don't want to give access to by showing numbers to contact because just by responding to tenants from their message portal doesn't mean that there's an actual real renter receiving that or they would probably also have to pay to have my contact info. In which case it's a lose lose situation and only win win on the website owners part by collecting from one or both parties unless they keep on paying up to the premium level without telling us that when we sign up for the standard rate. I just disputed this charge on my credit card and thankfully my card company accepted it.