P.S. And, of course with that said, treat all these websites as potential scams. Do not assume they have your best interests at heart. We’d all like to believe in Unicorns but they are often chimeras.
P.P.S. Further research reveals various opinions pro and con as to the bona fides of the outfit. Seems there are multiple opinions. Unlike Amazon reviews that can be verified, we see unidentified folks singing the praises with no confirmed rating sheets. I ran across this perfidy with Together We Served. It was a “free one-month trial” but I was asked to give them a credit card number. Bingo. They instantly zapped me $25 or so. In order to extract myself, I had to find the minuscule widget on a different page to punch out. Either way, they got that $25.
It would seem that anyone, regardless of having received their services, can post a comment on the FB site and extol their virtues-including their own personnel. Hardly useful for a fact-finding mission. Try this https://www.facebook.com/pg/vaclaimpros/reviews/
If any of you have had dealing with these folks, do tell. If all your ISP addresses originate in the Gainesville, Florida area, I guess that will sink the ship.