In my opinion it is a waste of time. I've been using it for almost a year now to source new positions and have been engaged on numerous bounties with no luck. I have been recruiting FT for over 4 years in the IT arena and use dozens of resources, not to mention a very large personal database and over the course of a year I have had only a handful of interviews, no hires and seen several bounties open for 3, 4 months...(some still open) with a resume count of 300 received per opening! Every review I've read has nothing but terrible things to say about the service, the staff and sadly the clients using them. In my experience, feedback takes weeks (if you get it at all) and when it comes its usually not very useful...and sometimes insulting. Some companies have first year HR reps working the site who know very little about the way the site works, the reqs that are being issued and all seem to lack courtesy and professionalism in general. I wrote Bounty and asked if they have anything listed in their terms with the employers that would serve to protect recruiters from being taken advantage of. I know you can't force someone to make a hire but I clearly indicated to their staff several examples of "resume collecting" and they said they prefer to let the market run freely. I believe what I read in a previous post that in the idea is genius but the delivery is lacking.