Another Beware Girls... Pacific WebWorks.... They do a lot of different paid trials...normally, I have not had ANY problems w/them...they operate under Google and Ebay business kits, etc. They charge a $4.95 fee for s/h and normally the materials never show up. The first time I tried them, I called to say the materials never showed up, and they offered to extend the trial period until they arrived. However, seeing how they operate,I went ahead and declined the extension and got out of the deal. That was in June. I tried them again on 8/16. Paid my $4.95 and waited the obligatory 14-day trial period. AGAIN, no materials showed up, and I called to cancel on day 14--8/30. Today, a $50 charge showed up on my credit card! When I called to tell them I had canceled, they said I was outside the trial period. I told them I had 14 days (and 16 + 14 = 30). The man was curt and rude on the phone and said that they count the day you sign up as Day 1. That put my trial period ending on 8/29 instead of the 30th. I have done quite a bit of trial offers, and I have never come across one that operates that way. Normally, they count by 24-hour periods and some companies will even quote you a time and date when the trial period ends. Also, as a general rule of thumb, I like to work my trial offers out to the day before instead of the calculated day of, but I could not get to the offer on the 29th this time. The man even went so far as to say, "Would you like us to count together to 14?" How rude! I have put an e-mail in to my credit card company because not only did Pacific WebWorks not fulfill their end of the bargin by not sending me any information, they charged me, in my belief, on the 14th day, not the 15th. Be careful when you are dealing with them. No matter how late in the day you sign up for their offer, they still count that as Day 1. I'm sure you veterans were already aware that some of these companies count the trial offer days this way, but I was not, and I had not run across any that did count this way.