Yesterday’s report about LeapLaw noted that the basic subscription is $35 per inquiry and $15 per form. A subsequent note from CEO Denise Annunciata confirmed that an “inquiry” is the same as a search, meaning that each search results in a charge. She noted, however, that a single search can result in a lot of information. Plus, as users log out, they are presented with a “satisfaction guarantee” screen, Annunciata explained, advising them that if they are not happy with the search results, they will not be charged. As to forms, there is a charge only for forms that were not obtained from elsewhere on the Internet, that are more than three pages, and that would otherwise be difficult to obtain. “If a client feels high value was not received, they will not be charged,” she said.

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