The price for this service was $37/month.
Last month, I wasn't using the articles as soon as I expected, so I cancelled. By that time, however, I had already downloaded batches of articles (and other packages) anticipating doing something with them at some point.
Fortunately, I had not distributed any of these bundles or articles across the internet. Fortunate, because after I cancelled my account, the site owner wanted $67 license fee if I wanted to continue using the content I'd already downloaded.
Since I already paid for about 4 months' membership ($148), I didn't feel I should have to pay more to continue using the articles. The choice given me was to pay the additional "license" fee or delete everything I had downloaded, which included anything I might have distributed online. In other words, I'd have to go around and take down the articles anywhere I had posted them, including article directories, other people's sites, etc.
I simply deleted everything. Had I already distributed them, I would have little choice but to pay the extra, which I felt was unfair, considering how much I'd already paid. So in the end, I got nothing for my $148.
This site also offers a Cash for Content. I submitted an article that someone wanted. In exchange, I was to receive one month refund after it was approved and rated. I never received the refund. Putting that article on his site came with restrictions. I no longer have rights to it as it became his property - which he got for $0.
I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on this type of PLR membership site and policy.