It does say "ask an attorney for free" implying that you will get an answer for free. It does not work that way, you must give a credit card number to get anything. It is totally deceptive, I don't care if there are real people behind it or not.
There are great alternatives. I am an expert at (((competitor's name redacted))), where it is all really free. I do it for the fun of it, I don't need to get paid, I'm a VP and Chief Technology Officer of a good size company, I get paid enough there. Yes, there are some poor experts there, but the rating systems weeds them out pretty fast. People say to me "I see you really are an expert" so they are suspicious and discerning.
I would gladly pay an attorney for advice on an internet web site, but like at his office, I'm not going to pay without results. JustAnswers does it the wrong way, they make you trust them first, and this is the best way to get ripped off on the internet. If it was really free, and I got good answers, I would pay them. A real web site would allow that to happen for the first round at least.
U.S.A. sorry, allowing you to give a competitors name would instigate others to just file against their competition, to only come back later to suggest their company, ..plus, if you post a competitors name more than likely they will show up on search engines as a Rip-off! - - your comments on this policy are welcome. CLICK here to see why Rip-off Report, as a matter of policy, deleted either a phone number, link or e-mail address from this Report. In this case we removed an alleged competitor's name