In order to use this service, you must pay a fee of $2.95 to print the resume after you build it. When inputting my credit card information, I had no idea that the company was unknowingly signing me up for a subscription that would charge me $25 per month. After two months I caught the subscription charges on my account statement, meaning they had now taken out $50 of my account for a service I wasn't even using. I looked back at my receipt for the $2.95 and noticed at the bottom of the receipt it said I would now be billed $25 every month for their "services." Granted, if I had scrolled to the very bottom of the email receipt I would have seen it and caught it in time. I just hate that this company knowingly tricked me by giving me the option to either 1. Sign up for a subscription or 2. Pay the $2.95 in order to have access to print my resume I created. And then after choosing the second one, the company still signed me up for a subscription and only let me know at the very bottom of my receipt. Thank god I had caught it before they took $100 or more out. I wrote a letter to customer service and called them and they let me know that it was entirely my fault for not assuming that they would be signing me up. Now if I had signed up for another subscription and had to read a terms of service, and they had tricked me that way, I'd be way less mad. It's the fact that the website did not tell me that I was signing up for this highly priced subscription, and taking $50 from me, that I am so upset. This company has caused me a lot of stress in the past two days, and I just want everyone to know to be aware of ANY charges you receive from this company once you give them their credit card information. This is the most ridiculous online service I have ever dealt with. I guess I learned my lesson not to ever trust a site as awful as this again.