I have always found "money back guarantees, no questions asked" a very strange concept that in most cases is just a scam (but I'm certain in the case of careers it's not).
But still I'm confused. Let's say that I have a company and I want to hire a lot of new employees. I subscribe for 6 months at a price of $6,000 and use the website every day.
After 3 months I hired over 10 employees. Then I ask for my money back. Since it's "no questions asked" you can't ask me why and you can't refuse (right?) even though I apparently found the service very useful.
Then I subscribe again, and then again I ask for the money back. Probably this won't work for the third time because someone will notice what I'm doing, but it's too late: I used for half a year a $6,000 service for free.
Am I missing something, or can people really do that?