I just got a booklet and CD from these bogus guys, and it looks so authentic and real. They are "an approved licensed vendor" of the Post Office, so their literature states. (That should be a warning, right there.) I already have an account set up, on the Internet, with the USPS - the real, government Post Office. I can go to the USPS site anytime and print out postage, pay for it with a credit card, and not be charged any extra fees. In fact, I've been doing that for 4-years, and I do it currently. I have a little electronic scale that I use to weigh items I want to mail, and everything works out just fine. I was wondering why I would want to complicate something that already works so well for me. But, before I "installed" their CD, I decided to check the stamps.com website, and see what they are cooking up. The first thing I noticed was that when you try to go "back" from their page where you sign up, their web site will not let you go back. No matter how many times you click "back," it will not go back. I don't like that, and in the past, web sites that lock me in have proven to be some sort of scam. It's odd that way, but I feel like an animal that is getting trapped into a cage, and won't be let out. So, I decided to check with Rip-Off and see in there are any complaints, and I see there are 200 complaints filed with stamps.com. For me, that's 200 too many. After reaing many of the victims' reports, I decided to smash up the CD, wearing gloves, so it won't contaminate me, and burn their brochure. I don't understand why anyone would go for such a scam, when you can just print and pay for postage, at no extra charge, directly on the USPS web site? I want to make one other comment, to those who have been scammed. Forget about making complaints with the BBB. That's a total waste of your time. Your best recourse is to file a dispute with your credit card company. You have an excellent chance of getting your money refunded. With the BBB, you have a zero (0) chance of getting your money back.