This company is not about offering a product or a service customers want. What they company is about is how many people check their bill thoroughly.
As others have reported, we got a call because of our merchant service company partnered up with this Womply garbage. They told us they were offering this great service, free, blah blah blah. It was about marketing and helping interact with customers. Blah blah blah. Okay, I'll do the demo. It's a stupid, pointless product, but I said "Who cares, I'm not being charged for it." $29.99 a month. $29.99/mo for a useless product that offers nothing.
It's clear their site isn't about offering their customers a good, useful product. Nope. It's about getting you on the phone, agreeing to try the site, and then hammering you for $29.99/mo. If you don't review your bills carefully, $29.99 can slip through the cracks fairly easily. Especially when you stick the bill on the backside of the paper. If you cancel or complain? They don't care. Why? Because they know they offer a worthless product. They're just hoping you don't check your bills carefully.
Long Story Short: Check your bills carefully. It's becoming more common for businesses not to focus on offering a good product for their customers. Company's like Womply focus on hidden charges and shady telesales to make a buck.